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FTJDAy THE ROCK ISLAND ARdUS-NOVEMBER 14, 1919.
17 nni;i fsices (COLD WELL III pvVEAK DEUAtiD itttoM FaveraMe to ImMH I of Chop injures Ik Ban v I SItoef tftwXjnfet phicago, HL, Nov. 14 Netwtth dlay that owing to advances in W York stocks and to higher stations on hogs, tbi corn mar t at flrit showed considerable length, the ffct failed to laat Urged receipts together with r cold weather, likely to hasten crop movement counted againat Vomit. uesiaes, eastern uemana laggard. Opening prices, Ich . ranged from e to lVe tber, with December . 1.33 to H. and May 1.37 to 1.27. were lowed by a reaction to about the no aa yeaterday'a finish.. Jats duplicated the' action of r. After opening unchanged to higher, including December at '4c to lie, the market scored a derate gain' and then underwent setback. ' Upturns in the value of hoes 11ft- i, purvTsions. Business, though. ced volume. Chicago, 111., Nov. 14. Subse- tnlji free selling on the part of tamisalon houses led to a general ellne in prices. - The close wis fettled, 114c to 24e net lower, in December . 1.30 to $1.30H, I May 1.24 to11.25. I Chicago Cash Grain. ' ' hilcago. 111.. Nov. 14. Corn: No. nixed, 1.6801.50; No. 2 yellow, 0OL60. . . data, No. I white, 7476ie; i S whit. 71tt75c. Aye, No. 2, 1.34H01.3S. Barley, 1.4101.47. 'jnotiv seed, 8.501L25., . ;ioer seed, nominal, fork, nominal. Srd, 26.30. , 18.601.60. , t r ' OHICAGO FUTURES i ? Nov. 14. 1911. )orn Open High Low Close C 1.33 1.33 H 1.30 UOfc I. 127 1.27H M4 1.24 7 1-37 1.27ft 1.244 1.24 72 5 .73 ,76 .72 .75 f fork. .72 .75 lard 34.00 83.85 33.83 F f. .... Jibs 26.15 24.40 18.55 18.40 26.05 26.15 24.05 24.12 18.35 18.37 18.17 18.17 24.40 18.53 ,0 t Chicago Provisions. Chicago, in., Nov. 14.-rButter her; creamery E669c. . CSS firm; receipts 3,096 cases; ts. 654966c; ordinary firsts, 53 te:, aLtoark, cases included,. S3 hi storage sacked firsts, 67c Soultry alive, unsettled; sprints fowls, 1624a hicago, 111., Nov. 4. In the tt trading, provisions weakened Sympathy with corn.-t- .i .. ' Peoria Grain. , Vsoria, 111., Nov. 14. Old corn Ranged; new corn unchanged to a higher; No. 2 white, 1.53; No. Ihlte. 1.42; No. 3 yellow, 1.47; C4 aslltrw, 1.42 1.46; No.. 6 yel yf401.41; No. 4 yellow, 1.88 M; No. 3 mixed, 1.47;! No.- 6 led. 1.83. ats unchanged. No. 2 white, it . Libertv Bonds. w York,-Nov. 14. Prices of yty bonds at 11:30 a. m. today m: 8s, 100.40; first 4s, 94.80; ftnd 4s. 93.16; first 4s. 94.80; vad 4s' 93.12; third 4Us. ; fourth 4s, 9346; Victory i. 99.36; Victory 4s, 99.32. w York, Nov. -14. Prices of my bonds at 2:55 p. m. today : 3s. 100.42; Jlrst 4s, 94.80; And 4s, 9340; first '4Kb, 94.88; tad 4s, 93.16 u third 4s, 7: fourth 4s, 93.18; Victory s, 99 J8; Victory. 4s, 9948. Kjttetal Miirket" "W York. Nov. 14. Bar silver X; Mexican dollars 98c IPRESENTS IRISH REPUBLIC AT PARIS San T. tTCeallaigfc. W T. O'Camllaick Is the native ot the elected govern of the Irish repubue at Paris. is a member ot parliamentary College Green division of the If (T'iv a If 1 Priea sat aa ....... saa .. ... iii i 'i ...................... :t2 &.:v;.;v:;r:-:-:::':::::::3S jksUfeM atatk. MM .T.Sfe ChaaMI eel, peaaal .. .......S6e par psaad ............. ...Set w nr-IMM ....... Mat bUal aui... .Sac "aiay. buses .,.,.., ..as .......IKS b. a o as Ub MtaaLsaa oust. Ian aula, a ar S tar 1U noBHcrvwa Uiiaomt lauoee. D SO ibaSttlMe. lb ..i....... 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Ouaiu. par poaaa , ...ase ....... .ISO .....evfjeso 57e Cnaaan buttar. 4- Buying f . to Baal Prices Tk prkat Bshnr'aM thaat ODiutripand tlwnriai: tar ohlpnan by Com. pi ().. ...ai.sA OaU, par bubal vse WtteM. par pa . .$1.06 Mo, 1 tlmotlur bar balod)........S8 i.oe Oat Mraw. aw laa 14.00 Whaat atn. oar laa 10.00 Clavar bar (balad) taa . . i . . . . .SM.CO u'onr oar, isoai laa.,.. zt.oq Bartay per buabal .flJIS Utam UaoUtf ba ....SW.00 Cora (now), par biWhal. ......... at JU Wholesale Prices . SB Eaad lrtnlsa. aw-lb , Cma atrtaf beaaa. lb. 18c Malaga crapea, crata - Haiuoao, pouno .... En olant. each ..... aaa a-4) aaaa OtfO . 6e boa .S7.26 California. VaU taocr. ....S4 OraniM, boa ....ST .2ft oicomartanBa. sn-lb. (.. la Home frown aweat potataaa. lb. . . . .3 Rtm pouwea, aa pi.au Home crown lettuce, lb let Cabbafe. doom gnwm noma irown nuow oaiaaa. ia Manso peppera, doa .....16 Paralar. Per daa. bnnrhaa. 40a UarUa Ioom pound. . ........... ..SO Mtchiran eekar. bunch Twt Potatoea ba $140 Hometrown yellow enloaa, aaaad. . . . 4a Oraane. boa 77.. t.16 MaUta (rape, crata .S Honey Daw awleaa. erale S.36 California walnuta, lb Local Stocks and Bonds by Co.. see Safety Fhoaa ft. L 44B.I Kd. Ak4 Annonr. pfd. 102 10? AU-Aawrlcan track S 8 Clover Loaf Oil 1.00 1.23 Commonwealth Oil 10 12 Davenport Petroleum' .... IS ' 14 Deere A Co, pfd lot 101 Deere a Co, com. ....... S3 . 85 r Earl Bird .011 12 14 Franklin 00 ............ S3 100 Olobe Oil , .00 M Rallla-aa CoBaa. 1 pM... 10S 100 tuinoia mi .......... nilnola Beflnlna ...... 13H ee 16 H i. I. Caae. 7 pidy. V9 18 64 98 . SS 100 89 Kawuoia vii ........ Key too Tire ...... Mallno Slow Co. Did. is S3 08 80 es se Moltne Flow Co, earn. Oil BUta Bat.. Packard Motor ...... awrfartloB Tim ...... Perpetual BolaJty 1.00 . 1JI5 Proctor a Gamble. 0 Rtt IPS JOS , Quaker Oata. (L S7 - 97 Reo Motor 31 31 H Repnbbo Track . ........ 31 62 Republic Oil A Bet 8 9 Root a Van Derroort .... 61 63 Saxon Motor .....'IS 19 Sinclair OU ... 64 - MM Shaffer OU Bel, 7 ptd .94 SS Standard OU. 7 Btf .... lit lis Tri-Citr Br. 3'a boad 1823 8 J . 87 United uhi avy, pia vo ii . tnited UsU Br. com... 3 46 . United Usht.'V's Beaaa...' SS 09 ' Willya Overland, com..... au ai Willra Overland., ptd. 80 89 Chicago Litestock. (Jhlcago. Nov. 14. Hog receipts. 84,000; , 25c higher; top price (early). 14.85: hulk, 14.2Ss914.60; heavy, 14.16014.M; medium, 14.15 14.65; light, 14.Z6014.S6; light lighU, 14.00li.60; heavy packing sows, smooth. 13.86014.15; packing sows, rough, 13.50013.75; pigs, 14.OO014.T5. Cattle receipts, 9,000; steady; beet steers: onedlum and heavy weight, choice and prime. 18.400 20.50; medium and good. 11.26 18.40; common. 8.7501L25; light weight: good and choice, 14.750 20.00; common and mfdinm, 8.060 14.75; butcher cattle: heifers, 8.85 015.00; cows. 8.75011.50: canfters and cutters, 6.756.75; veal calves, I8.oo0is.oo: feeder steers. 7J50 19.Z&; stocker stoers, jsoiOJS; western range steers. 7.75015.50; cows and heuers, 60011.00. Sheep receipts. UM0: Arm: lambs, 12.60Ol6.10; cnTu and com mon, 8.75O1I.40: ewes, medium, good and choieo, 7.0008.60; culls and common, 3.0405.75; breeding, rotate. ' Chicago, Nov. 14. potatoes Orrn: arrivals 46 ears; Northern Whites 1.8QS1.S0 eV hnndrealwaialitr Western Rnrals Z-lBAl sfl mr hnn. MMUm. par paaajj ."1"! late tthawv buMa. SSd ..76e JtaMaAaa. paaod TTT..;. ..7e iSTOCit nARilET STILLIIISTM OF TRAUSIJIOII YJsisat FlaetuaUens Oeenr, 9m as . BeterO, Ippareutly to Hk: Meaerratoa. New York, Nov. 14. The fever ish movement of speenlatlvo shares indicated today that the market waa still in a state of transition. General Motors was a striking ex ample, tailing from 324 to 304, ral- lying to 316, followed by another j setback to 807. Reversals of 2 to V points marked the early . cost of other motors, also oils, steels, equipments and prominent special ties, the 'undoertone becoming strong later, buying of rails under the lead of Southern Pacific exert lag favorable influence. This waa tempered, however, by tho money market, call loans opening at "14 per cent aa againat yesterday's final rate of ( per cent , Yesterdays vigorous rally in the stock market waa extended .at the opening of todaya session, active issues advancing 1 to 4 pointa. Features of the recent depression were again the first to rebound. General Motort leading the ad vance among the high priced spe cialties, American Tobacco, selling ex-dividend of' 6 per cent soon showed a gain of 10 pointa. Ship pings and rails added to tne mar' ket a broader - foundation at ad vances of 1 to 2 points. . ' Intilal gains were materially reduced within the first half hour when. 'Twerai services ior me nev. r . Gan.i Motor, irtina 2 nlnt. 1 w- Schnathorst. pastor of St Paul's 12ISS!: PtoU- . iBvangeHoal mission church of Mo- The closing was strong. American Beet Sugar ...... 3214 6 1364 9V4 70 954 M 5s American can American Car ft Foundry . American Locomotive American Smelting ft Refin American Sumatra Tobacco American T. ft T. Anaconda Copper Atchison .. 91 ..111 .. 48 .. 38 ,.108' .. 60 .. 45 .. 87 ..223 ..313 Baldwin Locomotive Baltimore ft Ohio Bethlehem Steel "B" Central Leather Chesapeake ft Ohio ...... Chicago, MIL ft St. Paul Corn Products Crucible Steel General Motors Great Northern Ore Crtf s .. 41 .. 83 Goodrich Co. .............. Int. Mar. Marino prtd. t... ..106 international paper 72 81 205 74 103 Kenneoott Copper . Mexican Petroleum New York-Central , Norfolk ft Western Northern Pacific 87 Ohio Cities Gas 51 Pennsylvania 43 heading 82 Republic Iron ft Steel 111 Sinclair ConsoL Oil i 63 Southern Pacific .109 Southern Railway '. . 26 Studebaker Corporation 117 Tea Co. ,305 Tobacco Products 88 Union Pacific 126 United States Rubber 123 United States Steel ...'.'.....105 Utah Copper 79 Westinghouse Electric 55 Willys-Overland 31 Illinois Central .'...i 93 C, R. L ft P. 30 .Weather Forecast Chicago and vicinity : Fair t -night and Saturday; not much rhan it In temnnratliw! lnwant tiw IIIi;i.lliar,llnt about 27 degrees above sero; moaerate norxnwesi wmas oecom lng light and variable. Illinois: .fair tonight and Sat urday; warmer in extreme south portion tonight Missouri: fair tonight ana Sat urday. Talr in north portion Sat urday. Wisconsin: Fair , tonight and probably Saturday; cold in extreme southeast portion tonight; arising temperature Saturday and in ex treme northwest portion. lows': Fair tonight and Satur day: rising temperature Saturday and in extreme west portion to night. Indianar Fair tonight; colder In north portion; Saturday fair. Teaars Temperature. Canadian Northwest 10 below to 28 above; clear. Northwest 8 below to 38 above; clear.- i West 10 to 32; clear. Southwest 24 to 38; clear. Ohio Valley 24 to 60; ciear. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 14. Hor receipts, 5,000: higher; bulk, 14.25 014.60; heavies, 14.0014.60; me diums, 14.25014.65; lights, 14.150 14.66; light lights, 13.80014.30; packing sows, 13.0014.25; pigs, 1Z.OU(014.VV. - Catue receipts. 700; steady; heavy beef steers,' choice and prime, 17.25018.75; medium and good. ii.oo0i7.Z6; common, 10.60 12.90: light weight, good anf choice, 13.60 018.40; common and medium, 8.60 018.60; light weight, good and choice, 18.60018.40; common and medium. 8.500 18.60 ; butcher cat tle, heifers, 6.35013.65; cows, 6.25 011.66; Teal calves. 14.OO0U.OO. Sheep receipts. 1,500; , steady: Iambs, 12 M14.75; culls and com mon, 8.25012.25; yearling brothers, 8.76011.50; ewes, 6.0008.25; culls and .common 3.0005.75; breeding ewes, v.ouwiz.w. . . ' Peoria livestock. Peoria, III, Nov. 14. Hogs re ceipts 2,000; 10c to 25c higher; active;" top price $14 J6; bulk, 14.10; lights, 14.00014.26; med iums, 14.00014.25; heavies, 14.00d 14.15. , , . Cattle receipts 200: stronc and active; calves higher. ETJRGLAR3 TAKE SAVnT03 STAMPS ' Fiesport. Itl- Nov. i4. Burglars last night brok Into the Pearl City hank, 14 miles south of here and escaped with $.6,000 worth of bonds and war savings stsmpe. No funds of the bank were sto- leu. The burglary was discovered j this mining. - Moline and All! MICE PL All FOR LECTURES The high school committee, com posed of J."W. Casto, superintend ent of schools, H. J. Banta and D. B. Hoffioan, is preparing for the community extension course of lec tures to be given in East Moline soon. H. J. Banta will speak at the Y. M.,C A. and factories. J. Casto will take care of the resl- dence and -business districts, and Mr. Hoffman, will speak of the lec tures to tbei city schools. The lectures provided by the high school committee will be giv en in . the United Township high school of East Moline. The Initial lecture, "Native Costumes," will be given Dec. 5, a talk on Palestine and Syria, with illustrations. Jan. 5. a popular concert by department of music of the high school; Jan. 33, Freistat trio, assisted by Mrs. Lvnch of East Molina: Feb. 13. lec tur on battle line in France, by Dr. Frank Cole; Feb. ,34, novelty concert by the Heimbeck sisters March 11, lecture- on traveling through, central Africa. ' The lec tures will be free to the public Moline Obftuary Rev. F. IT. Schnathorst Funeral services for the Rev. F. line, were held at 1:45 this after noon at the home, 1514 Seventeenth street. Moline, and at "2:30 in the Evangelical Church of Peace of Rock Island. Services at home were private. Rev. Fred Rolf, pastor of the Evangelical. Church of Peace, de livered the English sermon. Rev. C. J. Berth, of Hampton; Iowa, rep resentative of the Mission board. spoke in German.- The Rev. Paul Dyck of Lowden, Iowa, and other members of. tbe -Lowden Pastoral conference were present Remains will he taken Saturday morning to Newton, towa, tor interment. MOLINE BBIEFS In a divorce bill filed in Moline city court Thursday afternoon, Karl Seeber charges that Claire Seeber deserted him Oct. , 20, 1917. The bill says the Seebera were married April 24,. 1912. Mrs. See ber was Claire Rasmussen ot Mo line, before her marriage. A. T. Foster, cashier or the Mer chants and Mechanics'' bank, was operated on for a minor throat ail ment, Thursday, in Chscago. Re ports from Chicago Friday state that the operation waa successful, Mr. Foster will be able to return to aronae m a lew nays. 11EMB EBSHIP nsr AD CLUB WILL BE OPENt Membership in the Advertisers'" club of Moline, which will be re stricted to quad-city residents, will not be limited for six months. Forty were enrolled when the club was organized, two weeks ago and applications have been coming in almost daily since then. Chairmen of the standing com mittees were announced by How ard R. Harrington, president of the club, yesterday at tbe weekly lunch eon, at the Moline Commercial cluD. He asked members to submit, sug gestions for topics and announced that programs would be started at the next meeting. The following en airmen were named: . Membership L. S. Wynes. House George H. Steging. Program Will Drlggs. Vigilance C. L. Desaulnlers. Charities and advertisement in dorsement N. S. Smith. Advisory William Ball. A committee of three will repre sent the club in arranging recep tion for General Pershing and tbe committee personnel will bo an nounced later by Mr. Harrington. ANOTHER MONKEY WRENCH FALLS IN PEACE MACHINERY Helslngfors, Finland, Thursday, JiTjMr 14 f"Rv Th Aaanrlatarl llVVi t. "i-.ww-wna.wae. Press). -The Baltic states confer ences at Dorpat nas oeen aqvisea that Finland has . decided to aid General Tudenitch with 30,000 vol unteers in a new attempt to take Petrograd . within, the next few weeks. - This development may seriously Interfere with and perhaps speed ily bring to an end the efforts of the Baltic states' delegates here to reach an agreement with the Rus sian bolshevik!. , BELIEVE THEATRE FIRE INCENDIARY Qulncy, 111., Nor. 14. Fire, be lieved by Manager W. L.I Busby to be of Incendiary origin,1 caused a loss of not less than $50JOOO to the Empire-Hippodrome theatre,, the largest playhouse between St Paul, Minn., and 8t .Louis, at an early hour this morning. -There had been' no performance in the theatre Thursday, and the building has its own lighting system, which was shut off.- A Are caused by a short circuit on Jan. 31, of this year, did damage to the amount of $15,000. Damage Suits Run ' Into Figures . in Oil Districts Houston. Texas. Nov. 14. A dam age) suit for. $46,000400. on an al leged - claim to 160 acres in the Humble oil fields ended today when Juuge J. v. Harvey miea mat tne-i grant of A. Goldman, plaintiff, from the state of Texas, had been al- lowssl to lsfeo and was rescinded. East Moline JEWELS STOLEN FROM WINDOW 5M Worth ef Phuaosds Taken From Josephson's Display Daring' the Right A thief broke a Jagged hole in the show window of C. L Josophson jewelr ystore, 1514 Fifth avenue, Moline, and took a tray of dia mond rings valued at 3500.'' A hole in the glass about eighteen inches in diameter, a lump of cement and a vacant place in the window tell the story - of the robbery. There are 110 apparent clues and it is 'sup posed that the robbery took place Thursday night or early Friday mornlpg. . . , The seven rings which were on the stolen tray1 were valued at $75 each. The pane of glass is valued at 'about $350. Wrist watches, a few . other ' diamonds and ' other pieces of Jewelry were in reach of the Jagged hole, but the robber passed them up. A workman on his way to-work at 6 o'clock this morning discovered the robbery; which was the first inkling the po lice or anyone else had of It Officer Condrack, plain clothes policeman, was at Fifth avenue and Fifteenth street at 5 this morning and again at 5:40. - It is probable that he was in the vicinity of the Jewelry store -during the last hour of the night shift The workman's call to Sergeant Charles Grell at 6:05 is the first official record of the robbery. The lump of cement used to break the glass was about rtho size fjf a baseball GOOD THINGS TO EAT TO BE 'GIVEN ' MOLINE FAMILIES Toikey, n cranberries 'n evthln. win soon be here to give Thanks giving -cheer. And 100 Moline homes will be visited with Thanks giving baskets. Plans are already under way for - distribution of Thanksgiving baskets to the Mo line homes where, were it not for these baskets. Thanksgiving would be but a mockery. A week ago members of the Mo line Woman'a club gave $60 for this purpose. Moline school chil dren will begin in a few days to bring their pennies and nickels for the same cause; Thanksgiving day distribution is made under auspises of the philan- thropie department of the Woman's club, with aid of Josephine Barn- hart of the King's Daughters, and Mrs. Rose Salisbury, police matron. There are always a few people who would be without even a plain, good dinner, on Thanksgiving day. if someone did not '-come to the. res- I cue. Among this class are widows 1 without arl income, women too old T to work and without dependable raUtlve8' old taen ,n the same clasSi fuiyiim, csiiu laiauiiica wuu uemvo more than their share of hard luck. Each person or family listed for basket is carefully investigated by Mrs. Salisbury or Mrs. B&rnhart. CARLOAD OF POST CARDS RECEIVED AT LOCAL OFFICE One million nine hundred-and thirty thousand postal cards a whole freight car load, was re ceived Friday by the Moline post office. Postmaster Ed Coryn doesnt expect Moline people to buy out the stock. The cards will be distribut ed all over the United States be fore the next carload arrives, with in a few months. Moline postoffice is a sub-agency and holds supplies for offices throughout the nation. In this shipment postal cards .in all sorts of combination . are . represented. .There are sheets of cards as large a newspaper sheet, 550 wood en cases like that and in each case there are- $120 worth of 1 cent cards. There are cardboard boxes containing 10,000 cards. 380 boxes of these and 70 cases of return cards, 6,000 in a case. Each return card represents two postals, one of them the kind your lodge sends out asking you to make Immediate reply on "attached cards," and up on this basis the shipment totul passes the two million figure. The Modern Woodmen of Rock- Island and one or two business firms in Davenport are only local 'users of the multiplex postals. POSTAL EMPLOYES GIVEN INCREASE ; Pay days are always happy days. but Thursday Was an unusually happy day at the Moline postofflcK In addition to the regular pay check, employes benefited' by the recently authorized increases, retro - active to July 1, received payment for tbe three months period end ing Oct 1. Nearly $2,000 was add ed to the pay roll in distributing this back pay x Next pay day the empksyes will receive their new scale plus back pay for the- October period. Mo llne's only rural carrier will re ceive $150 vsise for the year, tie will also draw back pay from July 1. All rural carriers are included in the increases. ; LARGE AUTO BODY USEE IN MOLINE Crandall Transfer A Storage Co. of 'Moline has purchased the larg est auto body ever turned ont by the Davenport Body company. It will be utilised on the first moving Van in use in the tri-cities. - The body measures 7x7x16 feet on the inside and mounted on the .three and a half ton truck, measures' 24 feetjong. If the van is a success others will be added. It took the Davenport firm six weeks to com- pieteshe body, I - . A western llllnoia o&per for west era nitaois people The Argus. - I TODAY IN ALEDO ALEDO GROUP OF Zl E. CnURCHES TO MEET HO V. 17 A maattnc of the Aledo group of Methodist churches will be held in tbe Aledo netnoaisi cuurcu " Monday afternoon and evening of Nov. 17; The pastor and laymen of Sunbeam. Joy, New Boston, Kelthsburg, EUza, Matheryllle and Aledo churches are expected to at tend this meeting. Drs. ThraU.. Neal and Washburn of Chicago, and Drs. A? H. Smith. H B. Lewis1 and J. T. Jones are among the men who will be :pree ent to address the. meeting. -This is a meeting ot "Vital , importance and the -members and friends, of the churches naarfd are urged to attend. The evangelistic program ol the church will be the themeof the meeting. The Aledo people will be pleased to . entertain ny who wih find it convenient to stay all night. A fine gathering la prom- ' SILV1S iro Riackman 1 has recoveredK from a severe, attack ot pleurisy. Mr. and Mrsr James Holmes re turned home trotn a visit with rel atives and friends at tamura aaa Camanche.-;c' -':"'- " Mrs.' James Kelsle nas recoToiw from a recent, illness. ..iai rneatlns of the Ladies Aid society of the Baptist ohurch took , place at tne nome . m Ransom last Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of furnishing artl- rioa far the coming baser held sometime this month. u.Miii r-h unman ana w no re turned home from a visit at Cam bridge. ' - . Mesdames H. and B. Wilson have returned home from a vism at. xu rer. CoU and other western potato. wn.nn vsnorta her daughter, wbo has been 111, much improjed in health. ' T..t Tiiaadar afternoon torn. William Emmerrett opeueu m home for the entertainment of the members Of the Reading and Cres cent Embroidery club. The home was brightened witn me autumn Sowers interspersed with autumn foliage. The hours passed quickly and pleasantly in general sociability wnue some " dies were plying their needles in dustriously in embroidering tiny crescents on dainty squares of linen. A nice lunch was served later, a business session preceding. The club will be netertained at its next meeting by Mrs. Charles Windsor. 1 , Mrs. Lillian Wayne was the non oree at a most delightful farewell i.o nrtv at the home ot Mrs. voiaU tut. Tuesday after- uiji. - - -noon and evening. - - The Methodist Ladies' Aid so ciety cleared over $1 at their Hal lowe'en, social last Monday even- taThe local woman's club met at the Baptist church last Friday aft- - 1. hiialnosa meeting was followed by a literary and musical .nroeram. Later a social time was .fnit- UhmrV board hB purchased some new library books which are very much needed. Last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Smith opened her home for the en ... t nt the members and friends ot the Kensington Embroi dery club. The table and rooms Sghout were beautifully deco rated with autunm foliage. The a nidlv in embroidery ransondataty . r linen. . LAier ...Mates Waal" RHrVCU SJ U1CUU tt-w r 14.1. aanal "RrfiWTI- Last Friday afternoon after the regular prayer meeting, which was followed by thT immersion ot Mrs Wayne, Miss Morgan and Miss Kelly, those P"rV?Jrh v nf the Baptist church. Alter a literary and -musical pro gram Mrs. Wayne, ". visiting relatives h"fr weeks was presented with a num ber of handsome gifts as tokens of esteem, from the members and friends of the church and the La--! am - anctetv and "Amona class of which she was formerly r.uhfni member. Later coffee .-aba waa served. : A special meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist church was held at the home ot Mrs. Rob of Tenth street last Wednesday afternoon. Five new ntamhara. were added to the society. After the'devotional exercises and regular routine ot business and some time spent in completing fancy articles for the coming ba zar refreshments were served by the hostess. A large collection was taken and it was a very pleasant .hi nrofltable meeting. The so- , win next meet VflUA - in id. ! Lewis Kempt on Eleventh street and Second avenue. Word was received nere ct tne sudden death ot Hazel Hipskind9 years old, 1 daughter of Mr! and Mrs. Carl Hipskind of Payne, Ohio, formerly of Sllvls. . Mr. and Mrs. James no lines are in Clinton where his- sister is ill with nnenmonla. - The regular meeting ot the La dies' Aid society will be, held next Thursday afternoon. - ' Tne Baptist prayer meeting will meat regularly on Wednesday evenings instead ot Tuesday even ing. "' ' '.' - savis chapter ot the Eastern Star met last Tuesday evening at the Masonic hall. A social hour and refreshments followed the regular bnsines meeting. - C- Clark and wife returned home from a visit at Detroit ana vicinity. Mrs. Thomas Wandless will en tertain the Kensington Embroid ery club at Iter home on Tenth street next Tuesday axtrenoon. In the Jewel collection . of the duchess of Newcastle is a -wonderful coronet -with a feather eight Inches long made entirely of dia- -monds. - . . - - AND MERCER COUNTY THE ARGUS Mrs. Ralph Thede and son. Mas ter Robert, went to joy last evening for a visit with Mrs. Thede's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. 'F. 0. Johnson. Mrs. - Dr. . Dangerfleld returned home to Canton, Mo., last evening after a few days' visit in the city at tne nome ot x. u. jsnannon. - Mrs. Nora- B; Kelson went to Joy last evening. for a short visit in that city .with relatives and friends. Mrs.' J. P. - Shingled ecker and daughter MajJne, returned home to Joy last evening, after. Spending the uay ia uo cwy ; . t,'." Mrs: Glenn Retherford returned home to Joy last evening, having spent the day la tho city with friends..' Uf-' '.:v; Mrs. Kate Ryan returned home to Joy hut evening after spending the day. here with friends. Mrs. J. H. Cubbage returned home to Joy last evening after spending the day in the city shop ping. vV". Mrs. Omer WUHts returned home to Joy last 'evening, having spent the day in the city visiting. Miss Nina VafiAtta went to Ma comb this morning, where she will spend the week, end with friends, - Mrs. L. E. Mannon arrived home this morning from- Sedan, ,Kan where she spent a 10-day visft at the home of an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Looby. Attorneys J. A. Allen and Virgil Duvall went to Peoria and Canton this morning on a business trip. EXPECT REBUILT FIRE TRUCE HERE BY NEXT TUESDAY Aledo's new rebuilt tire truck is expected to arrive' in this city nQt later than Tuesday of netx week. Word to this effect has been re ceived by D. E. Fair, fire-chief. The notice stated that the car had been shipped from the factory at Cort land, New York. The truck has long been await ed, it being several months ago that the machine was ordered from the American La France company. makers and designers of motor fire apparatus. COMMITTEE ASKS HELP IN LOCATING THESE SOLDIERS The committee that Is comblllne the Mercer County Honor Roll rec ord, with offices at the eourt house, have again urged that the people of Mercer county cooperate with them, by phoning any information that they . may know concerning the whereabouts of tbe following men: Chester Anthony, C. Roy Barnes, Gerald R. Brown, Gus E. Carlson. Hilbert Carlson, Axel Carlquist, Leslie E. Bratton, Henry W. Doo little, Andrew" M. Garrett, Daniel Hickman, George V. Irwin, John E. Johnson, Levi Johnson, Fred Miller, William B. Montgomery, George McCoy, Carl A.- Peterson, Charles Edward Plander, Gus Pardue, Roy Smith, William WeUiver, Joseph Zlnk, Leo Harry Wood. Under a new scale recently put into effect by the United States Railway administration, the women employed as coach cleaners are paid at a rate of 45 cents an hour. Girls - attending a prominent school in Brooklyn have just re ceived a tragic blow. Cosmetics, short skirts and open-work waists have been banned by the school authorities. . The Day in uis amcs -US north 3ollata AVbaas. r lalmfcaaa. M and STaw. Ta. . aaVaflaaaHaaaaaB Railway Lease ExtendedV Nego-tdenoe at an inquest over the re flations which have been In prog- mains of Katherine Wafer, 8 years ress for; several weeks were prac- rold.who was fatally injured at 4:30 tlcally completed when the Peo- p. m. Nov. 5 when struck by an pie's Light company reached an automobile at Fourteenth and Iowa understanding with Dr. Charles E. streets. She died early Friday1 Smith ot Omaha for a five-year lease extension on the West Third J street property which is now occu- pled as the general offices ot the Tri-Ctty Railway ft Light company. People's Light company and C u. & M. interurban railroad. Kidnapping Motive Wet Affection. Parental affection played only a minor part in the spectacular at tempted kidnapping of 6-year-OId Thompson Silloway in East Daven port Tuesday afternoon. The mo tive of the father. Rev. George E. Silloway, is now believed to have been to get the child out of Iowa and into Minnesota, in order that the laws of that state would have Jurisdiction over the boy. - Car of Steel Arrives A carload ot steel for the new Kahl building at. Third and Ripley streets arrived in the city yesterday and was un loaded. The steel came from Gary, ind. .;U , -r : , . CUM Fife Tiettms BuThaV-Fu- nersl services for little Mary and Anna Benes, who were burned o death Wednesday evening, were held yesterday afternoon at ZM o'clock from the Runt ft Eberi fu neral parlors and burial was mads st Oakdhle. t. . - -,V Working Ken Taaght to "Flay, Work of teaching workingmen - In the shops and factories the art of play started in earnest at the Dav enport T. M. C. A., when si class of 19 Instructors selected from the five leading industrial plants lined up for their initial lesson. ,' Kosedy Blamed for Water Death. An open verdict was returned oy a coroners jury wpick neara. en- 'SURE SHOTS' III Will ON ALLEYS Lee Candor's Team Takes All Three Games in Second Bowling x Series Last Sight The second three-game series ot match play In Aledo'a bowlrng tournament went to Lee Candor's "Sure Shots" on the Volentine al leys last night, the victors copping in one, two, three order from Cap tain Ray Dool's "Lucky Strikes.' Candor and his men rolled in scin tillating fashion, garnering a total, of 2,720 pins for an average per game of 181 1-3.- High score of the evening ..was rolled by Captain Dool of : the Lucky Strikes who is credited with 574 pins. A -good sized crowd was on hand rooting and the clash oc casioned much friendly rivalry. Tuesday night the Swamp Ems and Sure Shots will meet, while next Thursday this week's losers.' the Ideal B's and Lucky Strikes, are scheduled to clash. Last night's score: ! SURE SHOTS. Candor (Cap.) ...165 188 172 545 Greer ...190 193 161 644 Miller 154 179 179 -61? H. Parkman ...174 192 206 572 Fleming 216 170 181 667 Totals ...... .899 922 899 2720 LUCKY STRIKES. , ' Malnv ..... Davidson . . Graham ... Dool (Cap.) Olin Totals ..' ......167 168 123 463 ..167 ..175 ..203' ..173 164 155 159 180 182 613 185 615 212 674 159 612 .885 826 866 2577 DRURY x , Mrs. Fred Fryermuth, who has ( been a patient at the Hershey hos pital several weeks, having under gone a surgical operation for gall trouble, returned home Saturday very much improved. - Mrs. Raymond Rlckett returned home Mdnday after a two weeks', stay at Hershey hospital, where she underwent a surgical operation. Mrs. L. Lang of Muscatine spent the week as the guest of Mrs. Arch Foster. i - The Rev. Brdugh of Canada, who is at present the guest ot Rev. Mr. Rodgers, i pastor of Providence church, accompanied Rev.- Mr. Rodgers where he addressed the congregation in a highly pleaslag manner. Owing to delay in receiving pro grams, Temperance Sunday will be fittingly observed at the' Providence church Sunday, Nov. 16 at 1:30 p. m. A program is being prepared. There will also be preaching at the church by the pastor each Sunday at 3 p. m., and the revival cam paign will begin Sunday. The ladies of the Baptist ' Mis sionary society met at tbe church Monday afternoon to perfect their plans for the Thanksgiving dinner to be served in tbe church base ment, Thursday, Nov. 27. Everyone is Invited to attend. The young people will have a social Thanks giving evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Metres and daughters, Lizzie and Ella, return ed from an extended visit in Da kota. Their many friends are glad to note the Improvement in Mr. Merves' condition, making it pos sible for him to return. The social held at Wrayville -" school Wednesday night was well patronized. A neat sum was real ized from the sale of boxes and pies, some of them selling as hih as $3. Mrs. Charles foster was removed to Hershey hospital Wednesday, owing to a severe attack of asthma ' and heart trouble. Her many I friends hope for a speedy improve- ment in her condition. Davenport morning at Mercy hospital. Xot Much Coal Henv-WTiile Dav enport had no fuel shortage during the coal strike the dealers here say one may develop unless more '. shipments are released to them by the railroads. Very little coal was : released yesterday, and while all ot the dealers have had a supply, It Is small and many will be out -within a few days unless they can get more fuel soon. . Davenport . dealers are still making deliveries in two-ton lots, believing that the , situation will end soon and they -will be able ,io refill their bins. Several ot the dealers cut to one- - ton deliveries while the strike was ' on. - :. '. 'nil as - V Refunds Dae Parehaersv-Sev- - entv ner cent of the-400 Davennnrt housewives . who ordered surplus ' army foodstuff through the Daven- y port postoffice in August will re ceive refunds of from a few odd ' cents to several dollars on their orders. PostoOVce officials are busy . figuring over ,rhe bills and check- -ing them against the orders. Claims are being paid as rapidly as the -. ' lists are checked up and the deliv- . ery slip checked against the orig inal order. Assistant Postmaster Charles Young estimated that 70 per cent ot the orders call tor re- , funds. - To Start ' Prodadng PlayBr-A t' theatrical producing company is now being organised here . that gives promise ot a, big future. W. C Hoff, playwright of San Fran Cisco and Des Moines, is in tho city today, and met with Ada Heist Obermann and Erwln Swindell, to consider puns tor tho establish- -meat ot the ten. - i 3