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T11J5 ARGUS, SATU12 DAY, NOVEMBER 5, 189S.
McCASKRIN & McCASKETJf,
Attorneys at Law.
Rnck Islaod and Milan. Rortc Island otBee
overKreli MaUl s store. Milan offlce on
a. c. coniui. . rx combxly
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas' drug
:ore. cmerol Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
OfBcc in Bock Island National Bank Bulld
WTLLIAM L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Mincv to loan. General legal buslneaft. No
urr publics. 1706 Second avenue, Hutord
biook. I -
a. o. iwimr. a u. vtLUB.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Be rigs ton Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on food security; make colleo
n. Kt-fereuee. MiteneU & Lynde, bankers.
OBce. M.tcbeU & Lynde building.
F. U. FIRST. M.- D.
Ffcrs!clan and Surgeon.
rhme 4 on 15?. OTIce. SM Twentieth
n n't. i.tco hot-rK: 10 to IS a. m.: 2 to 4 and
. u. N p. m. ouncUy, 8.30 to W:30 a. m.; 1.30 to
J. A. IS ALL, M. D.
rbyslclan acd Surgeon.
OfTlre KOT Second svenue. Residence S00
trentv-fourib turret, -liepnone inu. uuce
li mm from Vt to ii a. m: U to 4 p. m; and 7 to B
l m. Sundays w to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
;nciul attention to diseases of women and
children, alto l;a!es of eye. ear. nose aud
t broil, (iffice hour 1:M to i: a. m.. 1 to t p
m. i-'l Sixteenth street. Kock Uland.
J. B. Bt'KKIISHT. MI)...
. . . MKL Ul M. BCBKHABT. M. D.
DRS. HURKIIAKT & liL'RKIIART,
Offlce Tremann Moelc. Offlce hours 8 to 12
. m . I t j and 7 to K p. m. rbone zo. wi
i:rk lM.inJ. 111. Nit lu calls aunwered from
C. T. FOSTEi:. M. D.
riiysician and Surgeon.
Office tvetwecn Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Oflce hours: V to 1 1 u. m..
ito4p.ni. iind " to p. m. ii.-nt calls from
omce. I'oone wi-
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
pprovtt I principle. Sunrtcal operations per
formed la a M-irntlae manner. Don treated.
AH enlU promptly attended to. Residence.
jf Kitvh avenue. Telephone I on 1-JS7. Offlce
nd innrmarv. I1.V1H7 plfih avenue (James
Mauckcr a siab.ei. orpofcile No. 1 fire bouse.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell A Math's, I71 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
nooirx IS and IS. Mitchell Lynde building.
Office hours from 8 to Ii a. m. and 1 to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
i'phoiiH 8 t 1J a. m.. 1:30 to : p. m.
v IJghtecnth street. Opposite Union offlce.
DRACK &. KERNS.
Architect and Superintendent. -1
SLInner Bock Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
rtty store. ISO? Second avenue. Telephone
)tvwts m m vetbe yr IftVHMw
r-iiliiir .r.,--o umi. ao-To-s;A5- I
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, SOT IMS,
DONS MAKE A STAND.
Their Reply to Uncle Sam's De
mand ir Regard to the -Philippine
FLAT EEFUSAL OF ACCEPTANCE.
Deelsratton That a Dispatchi to 91. Cara
tKn Jterore the Protocol Was Signed
Refused to Submit ipulih Sovereignty
Over tb4 Islands to Necollatloa' to
Vbfrh the Vnlted States Made No Ob
jection at Tltat Time.
Pari?, Nov. 5. Tbe Spanish commis
sioners in the course cf a two hours'
w?5ion of the jeace conference yester
day flatly refused to accert Monday's
proposition by the Americans to take
the entire Philippine group and to re
imburse Spain for her "pacific" ex
penditures there. This negative action
was expected. The Spanish commis
eiopers had also a number. of positive
decinrations which filled aom? thirty
seven sheets of a type-written present
ment. In this statement the Spaniards
held that the T'nlted States had no
ultimate rights in the Philippine Isl
ands, and could have none save hy the
consent of Spain in these negotiations
and upon terms satisfactory to her. Ac
cording to the Spanish contention in the
formal statement the fnited States en
tertained no thought of annexing the
Philippines when the protocol was
Bipne-d. or it would have hc?n expressed
in the rrotocol as clearly as the con
ditions reparCir.ff the cession of ter
ritory in the Antilles and the Orient. .
Important Ditpatch to fauibun.
M.Cambon, before the signature of
the protocol, received from Madrid the
presentment alleged a cable messaKe
clearly setting forth that the mainten
ance of Spain's authority over the
Philippines should net be affected by
the protocol, to which reservation the
United States made at that time no
protest fr objection. This distatch to
M. Cambon. as the Spaniards claimed,
embodied a:so the vh-w that the Vnitid
States had no valid I asls for claims in
the crchipelaRo. It was further hold
l.y Senor liios and bis colleagut-s that
the capsulation cf Manila, having oc
curred after the a.gnin? of the protocol
aid thus aftfr the susj er.sion of hcstlli-ti'.-s.
Urmand for Hetnrn of"ntoni Duties.
With all this for a ground work the
Fpjriiards made th'ir first pjsltivercnve
af;:iinft the Americans, and it con
stituted lh'!r coun: r propcsitlnn. They
charged ur n the t'n!t"d States a
v.TtrtgfuI appropriation of public mon
eys belongins to Spain by s-iz:r:j? the
tari!T duties at Manila, and they for
mally demanded the return of thrs-
moneys In the sum of nearly $1. 00 COO.
On the rame premises the United states
was declared to have made and held as
prisoners the Spanish troo;.s at Manila
in violation of Internatic-nal law. be
cause dcie afur the FUfper.sion of he--tilitles
under the irotocol. A further
charse was that by the imprisonment
of the Spanish troops at Manila the
United States hod prrentrd Spain from
quKing the insurrection and had thus
contributed to the violent e against Spafn
afu-r the cestaticn of hostilities.
DONV CLAIM TO A M1ECEDEXT.
Position the t'nitcd Mat4s Will I'robjtbly
Take lu Utrlr Kejoluder.
The Spanish prestment nlso cited the
refusal of the Americans to consider the
Cuban debt on' the ground that it was
not sanctioned in the protocol, and de
manded an adherence to this as a prece
dent In tbe discussion of the Philippines
regarding a cession of which the Span
ish commissioners held the protocol to
make no mention. In support of these;
assertions, arguments and demands. the
Spanish presentment invokes Spain's
record in the correspondence by mall
ard tclepraph. After the p resentment
v. as read ::nd !n informal discussion
had taken place an adjournment was
taken to Tuorday next.
It may be asserted on the highest au
the rity as bearing on the Spanish ar
gument that when the protocol was
signed there was no understanding, ver
bal or otherwise, which the protoced
does not show forth. Nor have the
American commissioners at any time
held or believed that the protocol deter
mined anything against Spain's sover
eignty in the Philippines. The American
representatives hold that the protocol
w as meant to provide and does provide
for a decision by the Paris conference
regarding the ownership of the Philip
In this connection, too, the Americans
w ill undoubtedly cite the fuc t that orig
inally the protoc.il contained the word
"possess instead of "uisposition. the
latter having been substituted at M.
Uambon's request and in deference to
Spanish sensibilities. The original
reading will unquestionably be re urred
to now as indicating the mental alti
tude of the American signers of the ro
tocol touard American possession of
the Philippines. This line of reasoning
naturally will include tb? question of
the precedent which the Spaniards pay-
was created by the refusal o
ed States t-
It is possible that the American com-
rr.losioners may finally concur with the
Spanish contention that the capitulation
cf Manila, coming after the signing cf
the prototAtlriwas-nvaiid. In that event
the Ametiearf iniyVvtv. s an o?I-t to !
tbe tariff duties cfl!IA t.l t a f I n n
if the Unit-
ccnslder the Cuban debt
as cot mentioned In the
GHOST OF MME.
Kara! Ilssoarians Startled by tbe Appari
tion of the Luckless Anosnt.
The residents cf Clarton and surround
ing' towns in fc-t. Louis county aro all
worked up over the discovery cf the ghost
of Mn:e. I.o Hoy, the ocrorout who was
killed while making ft balloon ascension at
tbe county fair grounds at Ilwyer fetation,
three miles front Clavton, two years offo.
On tbe second anniversary of tho fateful
day when tho daring younir parachute
lcsi:cr fell 1,500 fect through space and
crashed with terrific fcrcc into an elm
trvc a shcrt disrcrjce south cf tho Missouri
Piw-itlc railroad tracks a farther driving
zJodr tbe Clayton read tiw tho form of a
woman clad in tights and a shcrt skirt in
t!:e Si-lfsa":c tree that marked the scene
of the frightfv.l accident, uch is the story
told by the it. louis HepuLl'.c.
Three thousand persons in attendance at
tho fair saw Mine, Le Key drop to her
death. Amor g ther.i was this farmer.
The occurrence mado a lasting impression
on hii:i. but he declared thr.t it was not
his iniapinuticn tlutt produced tho specter
ho witnessed on a recent 1 ruiny Eight.
The face was that cf the luckless ac rcna:it
Her lonp. flowing Lair was waving wildly
In the ceo! night breezes and her r.mil
wcro outstretched the very picture of de
spair, 60 sr.y those who allege that they
saw tho ghost.
Attorney William E. Fish end County
Troasurcr William C. Wcnglor of Clajton
also saw the phost. They were returning1
front tho county fair when tho awful
vision confronted them. They were driv
lr!K i:i a bupjry and 6toppcd a moment to
con iricc themselves that their Imagination
was net at work. Both caught a plitupse
of the Ufrure at tho same time, and both
simnltancouMy uttered a 6tartled try.
"That's the woman who lull from the
balloon at tho fair," said ono.
"Great Hcntt, " exclaimed the other,
"and it was just two years ago today, and
They didn't looli agf.in, lint whipped up
tho horso and drove oil qu'tklj. Thry
didn't stop until tbey got to Clayton,
whero tbey tcM their friends what they
had ee n. At first the stcry was laughed
at, but as ethers gradually camo forward
with tho famo tale tho "uioovery" no
longer vras locked upon as a yarn. Xow,
It is said, the i eoplo or.t that way will not
travi 1 clong Clayton read after nightfall
for fear c f bclujr accosted by the (hade of
Mine. I jo Hoy.
ilr. Fls!i nr.d Mr. Wrnpler aro not ro
mancers, neither do they indulge in any
thing stronger than Eidtere leuionnde and
lobster salnd. nnd cn tho day in qupstion
they hadn't bst cnougli on the pnddlcs
and ether fakirs' devices nt tlie fair
grounds to cause uncanny visions to float
across their minds.
The farmer who was the first to stumblo
ccross tho phantom l:as spread the news
around the sparsely populated parts of the
ccunty, nnd hucksters who have been
nsinr Clayton road nt night to haul prod
uce to Clayton and s-t. I-emis now travel
in daylight or take another routo after
The necldrnt of which tho unfortunate
balloonist was tho victim was one of tho
must appalling that ever occurred in tho
vicinity c:f Sr.. I-ouis. An immense crowd
bad gathered nt the fair grounds, attracted
principally by the advertised feature of tho
day tlx? bal!:;cn ccension nnd paracliiito
leap. So:::o ti:no !cf.:r) tliat Mine. I.o
Hoy had fn!!cn nnd sprr.ined her wrist,
which was so weak that she required a
support to J:o'l c.:i l tue trapeze while as
cending. She secured a roj:e, n-adu a loop
and f st .-ned one end nf it around her hand
and the c thcr around tho bnr.
In this way sho started i:p. rmld tbe
plaudits of the thmccr of prrx tatcrs. Sho
had not gono f.ir, however, when cho
thought ! relenslrp her hr.nd fcr tho de
fcKt. .-!io trieil to tinfa--':cn tho loop, but
bcr elici ts proved futile. She pulled and
THE COOL GAMBLES.
HOW HE BETS, WINS AND LOSES AT
CHOST OF MME. LEnOT.
tugged away until all her strength was
gone, and when finally she did succeed in
unting the knot she ws so weak that she
could no longer bold on. and with a cry of
despair she involuntarily released her grip
and plugged bcadljng through space I.50U
Her body struck the clni tree, shattered J
the braticl:es and -was hornnly crushed by
A. Scene by Klht la tbo Great Gilded
Den at Monaco Tempting; Fickle For
tune aa m Cold Itlooded Baslnrss Trans
action A Lucky English Couple.
2fot to eco the gambling rooms at
Monte Carlo by night would be to miss
(he grand show of tbe place. There are
not people enough in tho town to make
up tho crowds that press through tbe
big corridor and tbo atrium in the even
ing. Thev come in trains from all the
neighboring places from Cannes, Jfico,
San Romo, Mentoiie, eometiiuos from as
far as Genoa. People ride down from
Paris, 20 hours in the rapide, just for a
little "Ehy" at the tables. All ontsido
is es bright as day, though chilly.
hen 1 set oct tor tne casino, X came
tipon a young English couple standing
near the Lip fountain, discussing some
thing with great earnestness. luey
were good looking, well dressed, with
something cf tiu air of a bridal couple.
What be?ame of them at the moment I
did net notice, and inside I stood for a
few tniuates watching tho roulette ta
bles. Ten minutes later I went into the
treqto ct qnarauto room and met them
jnsf insido tho arched doorway.
They wcro on their way ont. Ilcr rosy
cheeks wero rosier than befure, and her
faco was wreathed iu smiles. He was
fairly radiant and looked "very fit," as
the Londoners say. In one hand he held
a great bundle of French notes, all
Etretched cut at full length, just as they
carao from the tables. It took no great
shrewdness to see that for ten minutes
they had teen lending active, industri
ous lives and had reaped tho reward of
industry and virtne and were getting
ont cf the place before they were tempt
ed to try again and lose.
One eldcily gentleman was at the
mcmcct dciug tho leading business iu
that room and attracting the most at
tention L-y risking ten 1,000 franc notes
(2,000) ct every dealiDg of the cards.
He was particularly interesting to me,
because he was beyond doubt an Ameri
can, lie was a fine looking man, with
gray hair, ircn gray beard, well trim
med, a (shrewd eye that watched every
movo the dealer made, and of conrse in
tho regulation black evening clothes.
Hij faco showed him to be a man who
had made his money, i:ot inherited it.
I think thr.t lumber was the fonndation
of his fortuuo in the northwest some
where, bat long enough ago to give him
time to have tho Fawdnst brushed oct
cf his cluthes, fcr Lo was very t-niooth
and well prcoired. Not a word was
eaid arcend the table, so thero was no
chance to hear what language he epoke.
He wr.s one cf tho?e men who would
not look at all out ef placa leading a
prayer meeting, Lnt who might be de
pended upon for a ready revolver if l:e
caught tho dealer at any fonl play.
Tho notes c;;mo out of one of his vest
pockets. Lut not cai elcssly. Thero was
none of tho usual effort to look as if
risking 2,000 every tlirea raitintes was
an everyday affair with him. lie did
everything with cr.ntion, always delib
erating over what square he should lay
his money npen, nrd sometimes ch:ing
ing it to somo other square after he had
laid it down. Uut whether ho won or
lot ho fchowed no emotion whatever.
Ho won cftcuer than he lost while I
watched him, putting the winnings al
ways into the) tamo vest pocket. At one
titno tho banker made a mistake in du
plicating a pilo of his notes that had
won, Lut this did wet bring a word from
him. llij eye's were open, aud instead
of picking uy the pile lie merely pushed
it buck toward the banker, which was
a sutJicient hint for a recount. When
tho mistake was corrected and the miss
ing note supplied, ho added tho piio to
tho big lump iu his pocket.
Liko almost every player around tho
treuto rt iGcrauto tahlcs, bo was thero
strictly for business. It was not a few
dollars laid on for tho novelty cf the
thing, but a cieiiUcrato speculation in
the hope of winning. My experience of
gambling houses is fortunately rather
limited, bnt 1 have seeu tbo big places
cf Saratoga iiud Long Branch and one
or two in New York and some very
largo ones in Cuba and Mexico. Never
have I seen such a businesslike air in
any gambling room as thero is here.
You may not bo wicked enough to know
that generally a great deal of smoking
and drinking and some eating go with
fashionable gambling, but that is tho
case-. The sideboard is almost as neces
sary as tho tables, and Oeorgeand Sam
bo aud Henry are kept busy carrying
cbampagno and cocktails to the thirsty
players. This is pnro business with
"the honse, " even wbero these things
aro not charged for, for does not a man
become the more reckless the more al
cohol he absorbs?
Hut there is nono cf that here. Thero
is no emosing in the rooms, ana no
drinks are served at the tables. As far
us l nave seen, mere is no place in tne
casino building where drinks can be
had. though possibly there may be some
cozy corners that I have not discovered.
It is as much a business honse as a
wholesale dry goods store, and tho
profits are larger' for the firm. Thia
gives it a very cold blooded atmosphere.
. - ... . . vi . . . . . ... . V . ..... iti ,1 1 f a trartiila ' 9
expenditure in r ar!ministerirr IV gv- "--- ' ' : "V.1 ! .;. ;;
eroment of Manila and enfonine orvU r.
Finally Spain may be asked to consider.FP,m''
whether, instead of being prisoner of
the I'nited Stater, the Spanish troops
t Manila were not more exactly refu
gees within American protection, nut
however the contentions may run there
are at present no indications of a rupture.
l-.ts in diameter wero broken into ' fcitfctir ol tne games outside or the liuan-
r l.y tbe crash. Tho crowd looked tial riskd involved. They are etup.it!
on, nptJtili-J, LUbhcei Ly tz:o iiorror or tbe garner or doctored chance that a navvv
fctm: lean nlav as well as an arithmetician.
tho trr, York Times.
ortn Carolina Campaign Is Hot.
Raiiejh. N. C. Nov. 8. "The politi
cal teneion is such as haa not been
known in North Carolina sir.ee ISTfi. In
stm North Carolina, where the polit
ical division is alonn rare lines, the
white people are aroused to a point
where they will use every lawful means
Lo rostore white supremacy." This Is
what Joseph Daniels, editor of the Ra.-
The body was removed from
cut ircm the expression on tne woman s
fa-c and tho examination made afterward
it was evident that Mie had died of fright.
That put a nop to balloon ascensions at
tin; county fair.
And now tho quiet rural places in tbe
I A Guardsman's Trouble.
Yom the Detroit iic.V ""J rf
u -wh the Notional
Theoroniptness""" - . , t)
Guard cf the muerenv . - - - - the
Presulcut jicm, - ----- - wie t,,e
whole country Pro"" . -ysmeu more
I r...ir mere v w
IB -" ' V -; ,
pabular oni cutv.r.
first scrScar.toi v..
I iww-n a rest-
3P?.!'Ja Via Third
iltoleJale dr? ho--
of Farrano, .-" .
uy..I have charged oP
many tlMuw VpVnit
forUr.Vin.a.s l ink
Pills lr i uic . "'f.v- .
Laid Mr. Uav.cs but
nec i ..tod them iv
Swortu r.r two years ii""
It VTddonlT be bfipeu t tl
think yW "dXi.tcre!y
stubborn oi " b t what is rm;
ilerk or office ini".0 " . m.t,l eat ony-
Hles a victiro. b; - - ,d bestarv.
VJ thin... while at other Unus i forc! tn(
iina. Thoseaistreaaw r
I a ntlll V VJi . A vil On I I 11UI
w itriedthehot-wo "Vaie. I have
l.ihh. only fcr .T-viv PiUo!
iter tu.v. -
of them. .-duced to try
t. Firtt Sergeant.
r. h cure oi
OF THE NATION
It h&s been said of Amer
icans that they .d-Te" nation
of dyspeptics" and it is true'
that few airs entirety xee from,
disorders the didestive
tract, Indigestion, Dyspepsia
Otom&ch &nd Dowel trouble.
Catarrh of the Stom&ch , ot
Contipo.tion. The treat-
;; of these
i t : m
coraraettceci ".. Uef. j Uo not reu.c
jo.es 1 "hlVe, of the pU "
1 do not remcm-
to act as
is the use of a remedy that
will build up the system,
thereby enabling the various
Nature intended they should,
is found in
Dt. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People
ef-' ii' '
T Vt F , VJ IVT
boo&uCAgr awft cvve Tome
The denoinc neveT sold
loose by the doien but Mw6.y
in packa-ges like thi,th nriaLzr
being printad in Ted ink or
white paper. Fot sale by all
druggists or sent postpaid on
receipt of pTice , 50 cents pet box..
Dy tne ut. w.uiamv Medicine C.
r... iuuy, il.l. r copy O r
oor die book free on recueit..
a Bc7are cf Imitations 1
at w v-jm sH ii moxw n
i ml f mm- r'f'ti- nSl
ELY'S CREAM KAI.M Is spMlUwciire,
AnclviDtotbs Bosirils. It is qaicklv absorbed. 60
cents at Irn;rtrit or bv mail ; samples 10c bv mall.
KLV BIJOTHEKS. 6S Warrea tst., Xow Yors; city.
Tom I've lotst a dozen pairs of gloves
. rtrl .n T . I
them i in.
noitrLbortocd are alive with ghust stories. I Dick Tell her no one ka $a tho site
if things c f such cc-nain death call be aaid ! grA'. cnox-Bitcr lice llii'.i t.s.zdu fche'li
lo iiij-ct lifo Into anything.
te just as pleased. Pick Me Up.
" amiu bpanfced Johnol. To Mack For Any Man.
lost' Iiis uul. whe-re would he iret anotherf ' I . . , . . "
llaiuiua I dont know. dear. ?tsa ' "l UJal ntf ?
Johnnie Whe re th-y re-tail spirit. ! dinner and And some one aittiDR in tin
Aujuita (Ua.) C'krcUiclo.
chair at tbe table. Atchison Globe.
GET THE BEST
All Work Ouarantaad.
15CJ TUIBO AVEDE
ND ONE which is enough to make tha rlghteons pro
fane and be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw
when nn li in hnrrv for their breakfast. When
yon can buj a superior stove cr range that is handsome and
usef al. a good baker, and of the verj best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prices why bother with a use
less old hulk.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
OKE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
An Exttrsal Tonic Applied ti tke
akia. BesatUics It as by Karlc.
THE DISCOVERY. AGE
A Wonaa wtu tht Iareator.
MsUinrTaratioBaritMdMl to ih-ro-r nUilon failfd aJnc ihay An not Drodoa a
tonic iftc & Um kiii, lcstn tif Hiiimi Vhih (jm!'lt?xi"a iui.tc ha aucb an affect, it
SUiiCM'll Vhfra sail mara MMmaf n a nvunut.ls fi.il Tf 1st iff.sl rmtidt. (1 laCfa rrti i th MlMAs
tj im, fl.e miqBnt eompliiuo rciaitai. ot So. ;tifh Ar.u. York ' if , err-a off all
imparitttfft. wdicq tua blooi forca to tia aurfac cf ihm body. II ia aihi)arati(i auj vitaiixiijcj
wberaver appiiao. r roala. yiaii9m, tiavciujcaoa. mo a patcrtea. unniiat, uve-r rfr, roygnoiss,
cilitifiaa ( r';ti'j uiappsr. sou iia aia uw
cornea Ktft aoi rrmf a t'abjr a.
1 um M ;- limii will thia month sira tn all who
eail at trir parl"r,a fra trial bottla of thair Com
.IriKio loutc Tbona ha liva at diatoca may
bate a fra b'rttl by B'lina; 34 eenta in tl-r cr
ataiupa io cot tna cot of packioa; and dn)tvrtnjf.
If m prica ut tuia wocc4trul toaia la Uua AuUu' a
lun Mimci IVII'i now tc!rr "Harrata of IVaofy.'
! abt fr. . it tll how a woman can sjaia tnd
k-p a 'nh1 crmpleiK'it. htcis clisiiUrra on (U
cara of in fcair, l.w to oraswrs at aolor and
luttTf, -o lo an advancad a:- -A lo ti4w t mt
rd or ,it'f fJuooa iiair on ha a;k and arni witn
out injury to tt.a akin. Tl. luarla book will t
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New York eity. ,
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Depilo are for sale by all drorjjigts." .