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VOL. XLVI. XO. 2G8.
ROCK ISIiAD, ELL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1898,
PRICE THREE CENTS.
NEW PENSION ROLL
Advance Guard of a Hundred
Applications Is Already
MADE KECESSABY BY SPANISH WAB
The First Application for Pension Ti"a
Flint by the Widow of Private William
H. Hook, Who Iled Mar 18 at Cai
Harvey, Star TTllwankee. WI Records
Hnt B Completed Before There Can
Re Adjudication by the Government.
Washington, Sept. 1. Private Will
lain M. Hoi) enlisted lor the war on
Thursday, want Into camp on Friday,
felt III on Saturday, died on Sunday, and
on the following: Wednesday his widow
wont before a magistrate and executed
an application for a, pension. Mr. Hook
enlisted on May 12 at Milwaukee, Wis
On the 13th be went Into camp at Camp
Harve, near Milwaukee. On the 15th
lie died. On tfee ISth, his widow, Llda
M. Hork. executed her pension applica
tion, and on e 1st of June it was
tiled in the pension office. She was the
first applicant for a pension growing
out of the pr-nding war with Spain. The
.appttcation, with a number of others, is
in the office ft the chief clerk of the
bureau of pearicm., where all await
the completion of the. records, neces
sary to their adjudication. Up to date
about 100 arnlUations ravrcome in and
for the prettnt all sleepfgether. All
pension applications have to be referred
to the v. ar department Tr.r the record cf
the soldier involved.
lie cot tin Very Incomplete.
The muslcr ra'.la of the recent volun
teer army are net yet In, and the rec
ords of the soldiers are very ineomplet".
Until tli'S- ren r Is are in better Bhap-
which may Le several months, the p'.n-
rlon riCii e tA held at a standstill In the
adjudication of applications grewing
out of the existing war. The pension
ofnro has plenty of work to do. how
ever, hecau.'r there are pending in that
liur'au 62.i.liOO old applications. These
Include applications lor original pen
rions. Increases, arc-rued, and new dis-
aM!iti'. As ton as t he offic ial records
will allow a ntw division will be created
to handle th a pplicatiuns growing out
of the Spar.leh-Atrertc-in war, work
will be begun upon them, and the rec
ords of them will !; kept fiparatj from
the other records of tt-.e pension bureau.
A nnn:li- of the new applications r.ow
lo come front the navy. The ships rep
resented are th- Wlnslow. the Hugh
MrCullnch. the it.rtimond. the St. I'ul,
the t'har.csiun. the New.-rk, the Vesu
vius, the Texas, the Yankee, the Marble
he.-id. the Olytiipla. the Pompeii, the
Vermont, the Marlon, the Saturn, the
Wabash, the Puritan, the Iowa, and
the Brooklyn. The list is somewhat in
dicative of the ships that have been en
gaged in the various mix-ups.
The Death of Kill.
The trash- death on the Brooklyn, the
only, destn to occur In the famous de
struction 'of fervera's Ib-et. is already
recorded in the pension office. It will
lx remembered th:it fleorge II. Kills,
while standing within two feet of Com
modore Schley during the memorable
liiHii of tltu Cristobal Colon, had his
head taken off by a Fhell. The in
stance was mentioned in Commodore
Schley's report to Admiral Sampson,
except that the niuilrct commodore did
not Intimate that but for the accident
of a few inches of hi are the shell might
have taken oh' his own head instead of
that of Chief Ycon an mils. Ellis was
enrolled on the Brooklyn as chief yeo
man on May .". is7. In the city of
Brooklyn. Kings county. N. V. The ap
plication for a penstcn was made by h-s
widow, a young wor.an of 22. before a
notary In Brooklyn on July 13 and A ltd
In the pension ofhee July M.
Hamilton' Widow Ak for a Pension.
The only high cfJVcr of the army In
whose name a ensin has been asked
Is Lieutenant Colonel J"hn M. Hamil
ton, of the Nirth United States cavalry.
The application Is made by his widow,
Isabel Bowie Hamilton, and it states
that he was killed July 1 at th head f
his command while storming a hill at
San Juan. While only 100 pension ap
plications have been received, it is es
timated at the war department that
there are already from 3.000 to 4.000
cases which form the basis of pension
FEARS EVIL EFFECT ABROAD.
What Alger Kays as to Mortem Printed
About Camp CoadiUons.
Washington. Sept. 1. It cannot be
said that Secretary Alger la Indifferent
to the many sensational stories that are
printed as to the conditions prevailing
in the great military camps, for bis first
Interest Ilea in the welfare of the In
dividual troops. But he said yester
day, that with a full knowledge of the
la-k of foundation for most of those, he
deprecates such publications, not be
cause, cf ear that the Amerjn .rvo-'.
feyel snakes the feee! nnre.
e- wo jc, t ipsa
would be mistaken in their understand
ing of the actual facts, but rather from
n apprehension of the evil effect such
publications would produce abroad.
There the people who, with their full
military training knew just what hard
ships must be encountered by troops
l.n a campaign, and especially in mili
tary camps and manoeuvers would re
gard with amused surprise the in
numerable complaints that are pouring
forth upon the government here upon
pretexts that would be disregarded en
tirely in Europe, and they could scarce
ly fail to gain the impression that the
American people are lacking in soldierly
SCHLEY fl.il LH I OK SAN JCAX.
Some of Those Who Accompanied the Ad'
snlral on the Voyage.
New Tork. Sept. 1. Admiral W. S,
Schley and General Wm. W. Cordon,
United States commissioners to settle
the conditions for the Spanish evacu
ation of Porto Rico, sailed for San Juan
yesterday on board the steamer Seneca.
The third member of the commission
Major tleneral John M. Brooks, IT. S.
A., is at present in Porto Rico. Ad
rr.iral Schley, was accompanied by his
staff and William W. Oordon. Jr., went
with his father as aide. Others on
board the Seneca were Colonel John H
Beacom, who will relieve Major Oeorge
Anderson as adjutant general of the de
partment of Santiago: Captain W. J.
Sewall.' con of Senator Sewat'I, or "rCt-Tr
Jersey, who was assistant adjutant gen
eral on the staff of General Graham and
now going to report to General Miles
for assignment to duty: fifty postoffice
clerks, in charge of Major James E.
Stuart, of Chicago: five army paymas
ters, about an equal number of army
rurgeon.i and forty-two trained nurses
In charge of R. Anita Newcombe Mc
Gee. Tir. McGee is the only woman
physician in the employ of the govern
Great Military Pageant.
Jacksonville. Flu., Sept. 1. The pa
rade of the Seventh army cwrps yester
day was the most magnificent military
pageart ever seen in Jacksonville. Near
ly 20,000 men were in line. The streets
along the line of march were lined With
thousands of people who cheered and
applauded the soldiers. The First Wis
ronsin regiment, which is to be sent
home to be mustered out, was excused
from the parade.
Changes In Troops.
Washington, Sept. 1. The war de
partment has issued orders for the
following transports of troops for the
purpose of ltinr mastered out at
their destination: Rough riders, at
Montauk Point; 1st Illinois infantry.
from Montauk Point to the armorv iu
Chicago; 50th Iowa, from Jackson
ville to lies Moines.
Chattanooga. Sept. 1. The 3rd
corps r headquarters, division head
quarters, division hospitals and am
bulance corps leave Camp I nomas
tomorrow for Anniston. Ala. The
regiments of the 1st division of the
corps will also begin to move tomor
row, l'robabiv all will le "one
hv Tuesday or Wednesday next.
fchafter U liack. .
Xcw York. Sept 1. The transiiort
.Mexico, with Wen. Shatter on board
arrived at Montauk Point this morn
ing and dropped anchor in Fort Pond
Plenty of Money on Hand.
ashington, Sept. 1. On account
of the large amount of money in the
treasury the government will pay in
terest ou the 4 per cent londs. due in
October, on Sept. 1U.
Miles is Coming.
Washington, Sept. 1. The yvar de-
artmeut is advised that Miles left
Ponce, Porto Rico, today on the trans
port Auckland for this country.
LATEST PARIS SENSATION.
Hints That Col. Henry Was Given an Op
port unity to Snirlde.
I'aris. .ept. i. :s.w it is insinu
ated the suicide of Col. Henry, chief
of the intelligence department of the
ministerv of war. was connived at by
the army authorities. The suicide
occurred shortly after the prisoner
received a visit from an oflicer of the
general staff, who on leaving ordered
the sentry on duty not to disturb the
prisoner, as he "had a lot of work to
do. It is recalled that a similar op
portunity to commit suicide was
offered Dreyfus, who. however, de
clined to profit by it. It is reported
the minister of justice, Sarrieu. has
already taken steps to grant Prevftis
apan Kearhing lint.
Vancouver. Sept. 1. The annexa
tion fever has spread to Japan, which
recently raised her Mas; over the small
Wland south of .Japan. The island it
aid to have been discovered lv an
American captain and marked on the
chart as St. Marius island.
Tanner's Belated Proclamation.
Srrinrtirld. Sent. 1. dv T i it ner
i c- i .
has issued a proclamation designat
ing Sept. 6 as I.aln.r day, and calling
for its general observation.
Winnie Iavis Dying.
Atlanta. Sept. 1. A telegram from
Xarragansett Pier a" Winnie Davis.
daughter of JclTerx.n Davis, recently
ojerated on for apeudicitis. isd ving.
The future is uncertain, but if von
keep your blood pure with Hood's
Sarsaparilla you may l sure of good
Truth wear well. People have
learned that IeWitts Little Earlv
Risers are reliable little pills for regu
lating the bowels, curing constipation
and sick headache. They don't ;rije.
T. H. Thomas. A. J. Ries and M. F.
EXODUS HAS BEGUN
The Entire Army to Leave Chick
amauga During the Com
TOTAL NUMBER OF DEATHS 338.
Regimental Commanders to Report the
List of the Dead from' Each Regiment
to Headquarters as Karly as Possible
Forty Per Cent, of Deaths Due to Ty
phoid Fever Spanish. Prisoners Re
leased Santiago's Death List.
Chickamauga National Military Park,
Ga., Sept. 1. The exodus of the Third
corps from Chickamauga park began
yesterday, only one regiment, however.
the Second Xebraska, getting away.
The regiment marched to Lytle yester
terday morning and loaded their cars
and left yesterday afternoon. The first
of the artillery batteries also got away
last evening, battery B, of Georgia, go
ing to GrifSc. The First Missouri reg
iment received orders to proceed to
morrow to St. Louis and report at Jef
ferson barracks. An order has been
promulgated to the effect that the regi
ments to be sent to their homes will
not be mustered out at once, but will
be given thirty days furlough, dating
from Sept. 12. Attached to the Nebras
ka train .was a hospital car containing
twenty-five sick and convalescent men
of the regiment. General Royal T.
Frank received orders yesterday put
ting him in command of the Third corps
which will be removed to Anniston, Ala.
General Frank said last night that the
corps would begin moving actively to
morrow and that the entire army would
be out of the park by the middle of
next week. The work of cleaning up
Camp Thomas and destroying the gar
bagc and camp refuse is going forward
very satisfactorily now under the direc
tion of General Koynton.
I.litt of the Dead.
A list of dead in the army at Chicka
mauga from May 1 up to and including
yesterday numbers SZS. This includes
the men who had died in the army hos
pitals and in the hospitals and private
residence of the city. The list was ob
tained from the registrar of vital statis
tics and from the records of the na
tional cemetery. Of the entire list 129
were buried at the national cemetery,
while the remainder was shipped to
their homes for interment. Of the 332
deaths for the four months 178 occured
during the month of August, the great
majority having occurred duricg the
past two weeks. This list does not In
elude those who may have died at their
homes while away on furlough.
Forty Per Cent. Typhoid Fever Cases.
General Breckinridge, it is stated, has
ordered the regimental -commanders to
report the list of the dead from each
regiment to headquarters at as early
a date as possible. Of the entire num
ber of deaths reported to the health of
ficers, probably 40 per cent, were
typhoid fever. Five deaths were re
ported yesterday and are Included In
the figures given above. Among the
number reported yesterday was Captain
Ira Stowell, company M. First New
Hampshire, who has been very ill for
five weeks with typhoid fever at the
residence of a friend in the city. The
body will be sent to Newport, N. II.,
his former home for interment.
TROOPS TO LEAVE CAMP WIKOFF.
To Be fiotten Away as Onirkly as Pos
iscw YorK, sept. l. There 13 no
change In the programme of the gov
ernment as to getting all the volun
teers out of Camp Wikoft Just as
fast as they can be sent away. Some
time to-day the Thirty-third Michigan
will depart. The regiment will muster
about 725 men when they leave camp
and the sick will be sent away as fast
as possible afterward. It is possible
that a hospital train of sick-Michigan
troops may leave the camp about Satur
day. The Thirty-fourth Michigan will
leave to-morrow. This will bring the
list of volunteers here down considera
bly. Those of the Michigan regiments
too sick to go with their comrades on
either the troop trains or on the hospi
tal trains, will be furioughed home Just
as rapidly as their condition will war
rant. Both the Thirty-third and Thirty-
fourth Michigan go home on sixty-day
furloughs and will be mustered out sixty
days hence. The muster-out, in the
opinion of the Michigan men, will be at
the armories', as sixty days hence it
will be too cold to assemble the soldiers
at Katon Island on the northern border.
The general hospital is getting smaller
raplJly now and despite the fact that
there are new arrivals every hour the
number is decreasing. Three hundred
sick were taken out of the hospital yes
terday and transferred to the Shinne-
eock, which is now a division hospital
under command of Surgeon Major Bor
den. The Shinnecock saJled for New
York, where the sick will be transferred
to hospitals. The Red Cross yacht Red
Cross took fifteen more away yesterday
afternoon to New London. Conn.
One hundred and twenty-five of the
members of the Firrt Illinois regiment
who are sick and recently landed from
the Catania, are in the detention camp.
Most of these men are convalescent.
Twenty-five Illinois men who landed
from the transport Berlin and were
aim placed in the detention camp, are
SPANISH PRISONfcKS KEI-EASFI.
To Be Returned at the K,s pease of the
Washington. Sept. 1. Acting Secre
tary Allen has authorized the release
of all of th" Spanish naval prlsonets
captured In the battle of July 3 from
Cervera's tleet. These are now at An-
polis and Seavey's Island. Ports
mouth harbor, the officers being at the
academy and the sailors at the island.
The condition cf the men physically is
II that cc-uld be des'.red.
The prisoners are to be returned to
g'eTLiit Lt- expecs? of the Spanish
government. T5at was the condition
upon which our government" agreed to
release them without parole or other
restriction. Admiral Cervera was
charged by his government with the
arrangements for the transportation of
the prisoners. They are all to go to
gether, officers and men, and It is
presumed that Captain Eulate has gone
to New Tork to charter the two Span
ish steamers now lying1 there.
Santiago's Death List.
Washington, Sept. 1. Following Is
General Lawton's daily health report
posted at the war department last
night, dated Santiago, Aug. 31: Total
eick, 38; total fever, 289; total new
cases fever, 9; returned to duty 54.
Deaths: Clarence Lewis, private, com
pany F, Second infantry, pernicious
malarial fever; George Sandose, pri
vate, company G, Twenty-first infantry,
chronic dysentery: Luther Rusher, pri
vate company F, Fifth United States
volunteers, aute dysentery; Henry C.
Chutt. private, company M, Twenty
fourth infantry, pneumonia after yel
low fever; George Fleckenstein, pri
vate, company C, Twentieth infantry,
Fourteen Deaths at Sea.
Montauk Point, L. I., Sept. 1. The
transports Allegheny and Panther at
rived yesterday from Santiago. The
Allegheny cast anchor In the bay about
9 o'clock. ' Se left the south coast of
Cuba on Aug. 24 and made a slow voy
age. On board are companies A, B, C,
D, E, F, G and H. of the Ninth Massa
chusetts, in all C25 soldiers, of whom
143 are sick. Fourteen men died on the
voyage and all were buried at sea. This
Is the largest number of deaths at sea
on any of the Incoming transports and
the deaths were mainly in the cases of
those who were critically ill when
rlaced aboard at Santiago. The sol
diers were in command of Captain Sull
ivan. Spanish Prizes Sail Away.
New York. Sept. 1. Two steamships
flying the Spanish flag sailed from this
port. They were the former United
Etates prizes Miguel Jover and the
Catalina. The latter was captured by
the gunboat Detroit and the Jover was
taken by the Helena. The Jackies of
the warships on June 24 thought they
were in for big prize money, but a few
days ago the Washington authorities
decided that the steamers should not
have been seized and ordered their re
lease. The Jover and Catalina cleared
for Spain Tuesday, via Havana, and
manned by their old crews, went to sea
Cervera to Return to Spain.
Annapolis, Mil., Sept. 1. Orders have
been received here from the president
directing Admiral Cervera to make the
arrangements to proceed witii his offi
cers and men back to Spain immediately
in accordance with the instructions is
sued by the Spanish minister of marine.
The officers were very enthusiastic
when they received the news. It is
understood that they will return with
out giving parole. Captain Eulate left
this afternoon for New York.
Rough Riders to Be Mustered Ont.
Washington, Sept. 1. Adjutant Gen
eral Corbin said late last night that
the First volunteer cavalry (Roosevelt's
Rough Riders) would be relieved from
service at once. Sixty days' leave of
absence and furloughs will be granted
respectively to the officers and men at
the expiration cf which they will be
mustered out of the service. The order
for mustering out the regiment will be
Issued probably to-morrow.
No Information About Garcla's Removal,
Washington, Sept. 1. Senor Albertlnl,
In charge of the Cuban legation here
during the'absence of Sehor Quesada, in
New Tork, said last night the legation
either here or In Xev; York had no in
formation tending to confirm the re
ports that General Calixto Garcia had
been removed from the command of the
Cuban troops in eastern Cuba and that
General Lacret. had been appointed his
Ordered to Take Fp the Mines.
Washington. Sept. 1. The French am
bassador, acting for the Spanish gov
ernment, has notified the state depart
ment that orders have been issued to
the Srianish authorities at Havana to
remove the mines and other otistruc
tions to navigation in that harbor as
rapidly as possible.
May Go to Porto Riro.
Pontiac, Mich.. Sept. 1. Congressman
Sam Smith has just received a letter
from Secretary Alger stating that while
the Thirty-fifth volunteers. Michigan's
newest regiment, will not be sent to
Manila, as had been desired, they would
be sent outside of the state, probably to
Kanitas Volunlrcm Arrive at Santiago.
Santiago de Cuba, Sept. 1. Kight
hundred and tifty men of the Twenty
third Kansas volunteers arrived yes
terday on the steamer Vigilanria. They
are all well.
No Meeting of the Cabinet.
Madrid. Sept. 1. There was no meet
ing of the cabinet yesterday and the
peace commission has not yet been ap
pointed. The Art of Talking Bark.
"I hardly know how to answer yon,"
said she when the widower proposed. '
"I would not let that worry me,
id he soothingly. "That i something
woman learns perfectly so.ix after
marriage. Cincinnati tmimrer.
MjS A Healing
'nw quickly an
find perm." Bent-
iy rvrm rrt skin A
lb UNKk th-sVt AVPpltM
Pnr blooH. with sll Its utTaa
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Blood a. Liver Pills
"tsei!t. W cents s box.
r"iiiy A nob s bott le.
oid by sil dvise.
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EX-Q0V. MATTHEWS': FTJlTEfiAX.
Services Take Place at Clinton, Iad in a
Clinton, Ind., Sept. 1. The burial of
ex-Governor Claude Matthews occurred
yesterday afternoon In Clinton ceme
tery. During the morning hours spec
ial trains arrived from Indianapolis and
Terre Haute, bringing sorrowing frieads
and the same was true of the regular
trains which brought sjmpathizers from
every quarter of the state. In order to
accommodate the crowd chairs were re
moved from the opera kouse to the
Hazel Bluff 'farm, where the services
proper were held. The funeral sermon
was preached In the beautiful grove
adjoining the Matthews mansion.
The cervices were opened with a song,
"Jesus, Lover of My Soul," after which
came prayer by the Rev. Dr. Souders.
Then came another song, after which
Dr. Souders, in a voice freighted with
deep feeling, delivered a sermon. His
theme was suggested ry the Biblical
thought found in Samuel. "How are
the Mighty Fallen." The state officers,
through a committee composed of Gov
ernor Mount and other state officers,
have adopted a memorial in tribute to
Body Burned to a Crisp.
Milwaukee, Sept. 1. A special from
Berlin, Wis., says fire was discovered
in the dwelling and outbuildings of Al
phonpe Sanborn, near Eureka, yester
day, a mile north of Berlin. Neigh
bors hurried to the scene and found
Sanborn on the floor of his dwelling.
The roof had fallen in and It was im
possible to rescue him. His body was
burned to a crisp. Many believe San
born was murdered, as he had consid
Will Celebrate Labor Day.
Superior, Wis., Sept. 1. The arrange
ments for Labor day celebration are
very nearly complete. The affair will
be far ahead of any celebration yet
held. The parade will eclipse anything
ever attempted in former years as ail
the unions and business houses are
manifesting great Interest in the affair.
Set Fire to a CbnrcU.
Peoria, Ills.. Sept. 1. Mary Crowley,
"3 years of ace. in a fit of insanity, set
fire to St. John's Roman Catholic church
and then got a revolver and started for
the parochial residence, threatening to
kill Rev. J. F. Quinn, the priest. About
$1,000 dumage was done to the church.
Closed by the .Sheriff.
Peoria, His., Sept. 1. Pouse, Hazard
& Co.'s large store and bicycle factory
waa closed by the sheriff and taken
possession of by him. There ure three
Judgments by confession for 39,193 and
$1,450 is due for rent.
The Sapper and the benlrj.
While stationed at Gibraltar I over
heard, says a "eginient" story teller,
the following colloquy between an in
fantryman doing sentry go and a eapper
cnt with his sweetheart:
Sentry (who soes sapper coming)
Haiti Who goes there?
Sapper (trying to look big) Engi
neer and bis lady.
Sentry Advance, sapper and servant
girL All's well. Loudon Globe.
12 to 18 Years.
You can save
about 100 per
cent if you buy
your boy a suit
Just about school
12 to 18 Years.
now, and its
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TYPHOON IX FORMOSA.
People Killed and
Vancouver, B. C. Sept. 1. Oriental
advices received yesterday give details
of the destruction caused by a typhoon
which passed over Formosa early in
August. At Talpch T6S houses were
destroyed. S95 seriously damaged and
twenty-three- washed away. Nineteen
people were killed and the injured ran
up into the scores. At Takelung the
damage caused to small boats and cargo
lighters cannot be calculated. The
steamer Encshima Maru was blown on
the beach. The railway station and
go-downs and soldiers' batracks at Ke
lung were totally destroyed. Many
people were rendered destitute. Ti e
storm began about midnight ,,ug. 5.
and raged until the morning ot 'the 8th.
The SIcKliiley Bale or Cotton.
Kansas City. Mo.. Sept. 1. "The Mc
Kiniey" bale of cotton that has been go
ing the rounds of the boards of trade of
the country being sold at auction for
the benefit of the U. S. hospital fund,
was auctioned off on tbv? Kansas City
exchange for SCOS. It has rot' been de
cided to whtt city the bale will be for
warded from here.
Cliaiiibecrlain Coming to Ameriea.
London. Hi pt. 1. Among the passen
gers on the White Star line steamer
Majestic from Liverpool for New York
yesterday, .vere Joseph Chamberlain,
secretary oi'i state for the colonies, and
Mrs. Chamberlain. They will remain
in the lTnit-d States several weeks.
ChamherlaiK gees on private family
An J trt&ck. on Sevastopol.
From whtra I waa stationed I could
seo tho (lentiis masses of the attacking
coluimi.s.adjuoo up the slope. Then
the torrentsof grapo which met them
would oU-wure their ranks for a mo
ment and hardly a man would bo seen
to remain., I at one time saw a body of
men mauyilinndreds strong bo odfuplete
ly 6wopt away by one discharge that
only a few of ithe rear rank remained
when tho iron 6torni wen t.f past ! The
dead aud:dyingcoald be clearly distin
guished. lyin iu piles ouj tho hillsido,
and over their prostrata ' bodies fresh
troops crowded on to nweet the same
fate. Many a manly 'hearrt and nervous
arm went' down in tho deadly struggle
on that green hillside. No .valor avail
ed. Th cannon's f orcotwasigrcater than
tho strength of man.
How many ardent hopow were extin
guished ! How many homo circles de
stroyed and lives renderob miserable by
the bavoetof that hour none cau tell,
no more 'than they can, imagino the
bodily agony or the grief for home and
fsiends which was thero endured ! What
would be .the value of what is called
"glory" if 'weighod-on the field of bat
tle among tho dead? Good Words.
To Cure a, Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 2dc. The genuine has
L. IS. Q. ou each tablet.
school time. Your boy needs a
suit. We have 50 Boys'
Pants Suits worth from $12 to $15 In
Worsteds, Cheviots and Casslmcres to
sell for $7.50. Do you want one?
YOU KNOW US
It's the end of our season. We have
SO Boys' Long Pants Suits worth from
$7.50 to $11 that we will sell for $5.
Do you want one?
Old to Make
Room for the Nov
Not old either, all this
spring's goods, but
they must be moved
to make space for im
mense purchases re
Big Bargains in
Sight for Early Buyers.
Reductions in all
lines worthy of your
Follow This Motto:
"Never buy until you
see what the Big
Store has to offer,"
and you will be
TUBE CARPET GO.
321 326-328 Brady Street, Davenport
12 to 18 Years.
All of our
joken lots in
Boys' Long Pants
Suits will be
closed ont. We
need the space
12 to 18 Years.