Newspaper Page Text
THE AUGTJS, TXIUIISU A.Y, DECE3IBER 22, 1898.
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYEi? OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with whi-h it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the CAiironxiA Fig Syrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all ths importance of pure Latin g the
tru? and original lemcdy. As the
genuine fiyrup of Fig-s : manufactured
by the Califckxia. Fio Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of tliat fact will
assUt one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
tics. The liijrh btanilLog' of the Cali
fornia Via Syrup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
ivhich the eenuine Syrup cf Fig-a has
piven to millions of families, makc3
Jie name of the Company a puaranJy
cf the excellence of its remedy. It ij
far in advance of all other laxative.?,
as it act oa the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it Iocs not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to pet its beneficial
ffects, please remember the same of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
. fi:scico. cot
LOT IKVILI.E. K,. Xf-.W VOJtrT. X. T.
. - V i
Have you made a!! your pur
chases of CANDJKS, and
'lKM Ol.ATi:s fur the hdi
il.ivs'.' I ' 1 1 1 . ciMiii' in and
look over tilt? Iine-t and dain
t i -t line f Candies ever ii
pliu, .! in Km, k I,!and.
KRELL & MATH
want the C.iimIv trade of
Km, k I-land. and if .-clling
pure and ul.Mlex.iiic candies
at very reasonable prices will
induce v on to buy from in,
von will be sure of getting
goods that are way ii in
purity and excellence, and we
vour "trade. We hae Can
dies of all sorts and put up
in all sorts of fancy packages
and lovely boxes for Christ
inas presents. Also a large
HOME MADE CANDIES,
such as Ilrokcn. Plain, Tallies,
Peanut Candies and a hun
dred and one different kind
of I'll re Candies for children.
Come in and look at our line
today, for there is little time
Krell S Math's
Huvler's. hownev's and AIlc
Pbone 11M. 1718-1718 Second Avenue.
In Smoke his
Vul he tnjovr.1 it fcualv: it as lu
mens, thui i- It you ve ban .- of
thox- rlrnnt Ih.c f Ci:r. of
te bave an nco. ni oi-.ment or t lear
llavjpn and Poim-v i- CHis paeki-d in
50c to $5,
... f mrv
; at our 1
- . . f ii ru litias
, . : . ..Hiruf and
25c to $25.
Really the best fcssortiii'nt of rires.
IMicnes Clk-ar Cases or.U Smokers in
irie ever di-piayed. t the most cou
,enit?nily located exclusive Cijfar tore
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
m ton Block.
The names :n the cast of the latf!
farcical -ticces-. "ltrown's inTon.
which will ! the attraeiou at the
K'irti.s next Tuesday. 1'C. -7, sliows
that tin; cr:iip:iii v w ill lc one of the
l-e-t s'e:i in coined v in recent vears.
'J he cat includes Anna 15 Imi nt and
Kathry 11 )su rinaii of of the original
'What J I ijp-iitd t Jones" company;
James ). Harrows. Mark Sr.. .Swan,
John Italic-aster. Iottie Williams.
Andrew Belle ltavi.. Frank
Smith. Walter Van Allen, and Maik
.Smith. One of the importantant fea
tures of -Brown's in Town" is t lie
fact that there is uo mother-in-law or
old maid in the farce. The conven
tional maid of either the German.
Irish or Swede persuasion is also dis-pen-cd
with and a colored maid is
substituted. This part is portrayed
by I3t-l!e lavis wi:o is the real article.
Mi-s Davis will fciu fcevt-ral Ethiopian
song's that will surelv create a furore
in that cit v.
Uemeiiiber the Maine"' is the title
of a new tdav Irv 1.,'iicoln J. (Warier to
!e produced fMr the Jirst lime in this
city at II n per's theatre Sunday. lec.
i. J lie drama is said to excel anv
il, yet evolved by Mr. Carter in
the wav of -renerv and effects, and to
ie familiar w it h Carterei uc friars
this docs not seem fMissib,'. A siie-
:tl -!iort to make llie production sur.
pass ir., previous elTorts Jias tieen
fruitful of a liiass ff scenery consist.
itiT of ii'Mvit; battleship', distant
ilii-s that are to Ie Ijomliarded. trop
ical loiiae an, I patriotic translonna
tioti cciies contailiinjj pictures of
Lincoln, i nlian slave, McKituey
mem her nie, I ecv. the Maine
have ieiiH-mlH-i d the Maine.
Ccii-ervjil rlx tor Knll i'lilldrrn.
Mrs. Xellie A. Trematiu was ap-
fMir;ted Jud-'e Adams vesterdav
as co!i-crvatri ol i.arrie IWMiit and
l'se and Charles Knell, children of
ie late '.'. Knell, who were le
i i red ly a jury in the county court
i ! ji: ntally incnmtietent to man-i-
their own affairs. The children.
since t lie t'eatll ol llieir III tier, Wlio
,vi!l Iim lememliered as having for
. -:,rs co::l ucted a furniture store- here
i-i-l aUo managed I'anx-r'ss theatre.
have ln-. n making t heir home wit h
latives. Carrie, the Idest of the
tls. was married in Davenport re-
! III! v.
I.oi-atrN In Aw-riii;.
gmati l iow coiupan:
iniiiiy termed t Ii
i; ler 1 low coin
was once upon a
locate iu Kast Mo-
pun', aim w hich
I i ine e petted to
inc. h.ts b,-en
lin.illy induced t east
rvvilie. a suburb of I'eo-
l-.or in Ave
i . i. mid I :o plant wnl l
li i'in M mmoiitii as soon
ig t- the Peoria Herald.
l.U-'US4-(l t( V-il.
K-el A. Klel.e
Mi --i Ai'll.l I.. I.es-h
i i-iij,Mi nti" Inert
Ks 4 ,.ir.' ! .. Kiirsel ...
!;ili.es. Wl.iinier Su'iA
's a .- '.v ci'-ii
I- fe,l s ir:i:-.'ins
Vi i-.v:i ,'...
t hi!!r I-'. Z.inll
MiSu-iu -. White
L-.i. ; rl
.... Il:,la-1 ii
- , 're-1:. In a
Tajl r l;i!-
Mar,y JVok' Ctuiicil Ortuk
at night. It spoils their sleep,
can drink Crain-O when you
and sleep I ke a top. For
ci ) fTe
ishes. cheers and feeds. Vet it looks
and tastes like the best coffee. For
nervous persons, young people and
children. Irain-O is the perfect diink.
Made from pure grains. Cet a pack
age from vour grocer today. Try it
Fifteen and 2
A cough is not like a fever. It
does not have to run a certain course.
Cure it quickly and effectually with
One Minute Cough Cure. the lest rem
edy for all ages, and for the most
seven1 cases. We recommend it ie
causc it's good. T. II. Thomas, A. J.
Uiess and M. F. Biihnsen. druggists.
A lazy liver makes a lazy man.
Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural,
never failing remedy for a lazy liver.
For sale by Marshall V Fisher, thug-gists.
On icy pavements
and Overshoes at
airs of Ladies' Strap Kublrs, round toes, lC9t
lOo quality, as long as they last at one-third price. ..
Misses and Children's Square Toe Rubbers
Men's Storm Overshoe, the ft. 23 grade, narrow toes,
See our Holiday Slippers, great values shown
at yjc, 61'c and '.
TRY THE NEW SHOE STORE.
COMING ATHLETIC EVENTS.
Tlie Harry-Leon d BarDJ-lHniinn
A Ttut battle is expected of Jimmy
I5arry and Caspar Ieon wlien they
meet before the Tri-C'ity Athletic club
at Davenport Thursday niirht of next
week. The match is attracting atten
tion throughout the sporting world,
and larjre delegations from Chicago
and other places will in all probability
Ix; in attendance.
Tom Caution, champion wrestler of
England, who is matched to meet
Farmer Martin Hums at Harper's
theatre Dec. SO, is a man f remark
able physique. His arm at the larg
est fioint lueasures 1 inches, while
he has a chest measurement of 4'J
inches. Cannon says his most nota
ble match was witli Lewis; in Chica
go, wao was delealcu in two consecu
tive falls, lie next defeated the fam
ous ltiMoon in two nours ami uve
minutes. At Kansas City he disposed
of Clarence Whistler in" a little over
two hours. In lbU'J, at St. Louis, he
participated in the world s wrestling
tournament, and successfully defeated
all opponents. At the exposition iu
1'aris iu IS'1 he defeated the cham
pion of .trance, the Celebrated l itro
Delmas, receiving u, prize of $1,000
Mr. Cannon says the winning of t his
match brought him prominently lie-1
fore the H-opIe in the trench capital.
md that he was given an engagement
which lasted for three months and
eight days. He appeared every night
and was never 'defeated. He secured
for his services $2.-100 a month. Can
non is familiar with the reputation of
Fanner Ibirns. but has never met the
Iowa champion. He thinks Iturns is
a good man and is one of his many
GILFILLAN'S DYING WORDS.
l'rotrstn His Imiorrnrr of llnvln Wr'.tten
I.etten, to Mrs. M Crilli.
It was developed at the inquest over
the remains of W. J. Gillillan. the
former Kock Islander who was shot at
Carthage. M .. by John D. McCrillis.
that the last words of the murdered
man were, when told about the stories
of a woman being the cause of the
tragedy: Some mischievous person
started that. I want to tell you all
about that, but it hurts me to talk."
The intention of the friends of Cil
lillan is to fight the case as strongly as
possible against McCrillis. They say
they can prove no real cause for the
shooting existed. The legal talent to
1m; employed by both sides is the
strongest in southwest Missouri.
KlTorts have been made to obtain
knowledge of the contents of tin- let
ters alleged to have been written bv
Cillillan to Mrs. McCrillis. but thev
are guarded closely by McCrillis and
Ids attorneys, who arc confident of his
aciuittal when the full details are pre
In relation to t he shootingMcC 'riliis.
the murderer remains practically si
lent, and would only say:
The man pretended to be my best
fiicnd and then tried to ruin my home.
I have nothing to regret. 1 shot to
Kegarding his wife, he added:
I don't blame her at all. He took
advantage of her when she was sick
and 2.o'o miles from home. Years
ago I promised to protect her and I
feel that that vow is as binding upon
mo now as ever it was."
How It Hurts!
Uheumatism, with its sharp
twinge, aches and pains. Do you
know the cause? Acid in the blood
has accumulated in your joints. The
cure is found iu Hood's Sarsaparilla
which neutralizes this acid. Thou
sands write that they have been com
pletely cured of rheumatism by
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head
ache, biliousness, iudigestion. Price
Overcome evil -with good. Over
come your coughs and colds w ith One
Minute Cough Cure. It is good. Chil
dren cry for it. It cures croup, bron
chitis, pneumonia, grippe and all
throat and lung diseases. T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Uiess and M F. Bahn
when you can buy Rubbers
the following prices:
TOWN TAL K.
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Tay your water rent.
Cash it Son's for feed.
For real estate, K. J. Burns.
Sensible Christmas preseutsat Som.
mcrs & La Velle's.
A man who advertises is always up
iu im: nines.
A line line of eljonv coods at Brook-
mill's ill.. if.Vv-i,.r " i
Plenty of fresh country eggs and
Latter at Hess Urns'. " "
A few Cyc'oue cameras left at Ilarlz
& L'llemevcr's; $4 each.
Mrs. D. La Frenz. the miliner, has
beautilul Curistmas hats. I
Mixed candy ouly 5 cents a pound
this evening at Beeeher's.
Place your subscription for your
magazine with Kingsbury.
See th life reader's advertisement
in the want column today.
Reduced prices on all hats for
Christmas at Mrs. La Frcnz's.
Place our order for line 1mcs of
candies with the Palace of Sweets.
Dancing school at Koche's hall Sat
urday night. Admission I'.l cents.
Have vour carving knives sharp
ened forChristiuas useat John Koch's.
Siiecial sale of footstools, ti." cents
each, at the Flem uiing Furniture com
The brightening weather gave holi
day shopping an additional impelii:
John Peterson. 1312 Third avenne
has plenty of Christmas trimmings
and line candies.
ice dressed turkeys lli cents a
pound, and dressed chickens only !
cents a pound at Beeeher's.
Hundreds of prettv furniture pres
cuts at Clcmaiin .V Sal.mann's. Don't
miss seeing the exquisite line
Dance at Beselin's hall Saturday
evening given by the Cnyous club
Tickets 3.j cents. Ladies free.
tor pure wholesome and extra
cheap Christmas candies go to t he
Palace of Sweets, 31S Twentieth street
K. Crampton it Co. call particular
attention to their line of new books
Some very swell editions now on sale
. Caps, mittens, gloves, sweaters and
clothing make good presents. A large
variety here. Som mcrs & La Yelle.
Litpold. Davenport, has an an
nouncenicnt on pa;re seven that will
save money for Christmas shoppers
Special for rridav niLrlit. roll plate
link cuir l,ii
tons worth oO cents lor 2o
to 'J o'clock. The Lon-
I look and ladder
police pat rols. A
lire wagons and
new lot just re-
at A. J.
Smith iV Sons', Daven-
timothy hay, choice prairie
cd oraud and glucose ciiiCK
Hansgen it S in's at low
The Davenport council last
passed an ordinance limitin;
speed of trains in that city to 12
All members ofSt. Paul lodge, K.
of P., are requested to be present at
their hall this evening. Important
On account of the abseueo of the
professor there will be no class in
penmanship at the 1. M. C. A. this
Pianos that took medal and obtained
the strongest diploma, granted to any
piano at the world's fair, at Flanigau's,
Yesterday was the shortest day of
the year. The sun rose at 7:2ii an, I
set at 4::1. The days will now grow
Calendars, booklets and Christ mas
cards make acceptable presents a
very attractive line at one-half former
price at Cramplon's.
Millinery novelties, the season's
lest offerings, at greatly reduced
prices from now until Christ m-is at
Miss Byrnes' milliner? store.
For the best selections of Oxford
m u tilers see our line. Prices 1 to
2.00. We have some special patterns
that you can not get elsewhere. The
Fine leather goods, pocketbooks.
card cases, bill books, pocket erio
bage sets, drawing cases, cigar cases,
etc.. a large new stock of best grades.
Pocketbooks. fancy books, new
books, stationery, pictures and frames
in large variety to select from. In
doing your holiday shopping go and
see what Kingsbury has 10 o:Ter.
A shipment of large toy tea sets
and ten pins that should have arrived
some ago, arrived this morning. They
will le sold at a sacrifice to close them
out in a few days at Young S: Mc
Combs'. Bv the provisions of the will of the
late'Conrad Matirus, of South Bock
Island, probated in the county court. !
the deceased's widow, Mary Ottile
Maurus. receives all of his property.
The will was drawn Aug. 2G, 1 ?:".
'A visit to our store will e-jnvinee
you that we know what we are talking
aliout. More goods than all other
dealers in town combined, and fur
up-to-date giods we leave it to the
visitor. Call and inspect it costs vou
nothing." sav Ciemann A: Sa'zinann.
A number of people have always
acted on the suggestion of sending
a subscription to The Ak'H s to a
friend as a holidiy present. The cir-J
cumstance clearly shows two things
that ieopIe are looking for Midges-
tions of appropriate gifts, aud that
Ithey tied them iu Tue Aujis.
The rush is at the corner. What
I corner? Why, down at Clemaan &
S.ilzinann's corner. Xo such business
in their history as they have exper
ienced in the last 10 days. They have
j the goods and when once in their im
mensc establishment you do not dc
part without making a purchase.
j Co in t he forenoon, Friday forenoon, '
D to 12 o'clock; MeCabe's will sell an
other lot of those sterling silver thim
bles at 10 cents, the balance of those
silver handle, . pearl blade paper;
Klines 111 ij ccnis .111,1 a ,oi imoii- oi
those $1 and $2 sailor and walkin
hats at 2. cents each. One to a cus-
I W e have about lift y smoking iac
eis auu House coals leit ior rrtuav ana
Saturday. We will 'make great re
(Mictions iti finlpr not to onrrr finv
,,vcr. CU and see what vou can buV
a tirst-class Christmas present for iu
missaie. ii vou are inteiesieu in
smoking i.ickets and house coats, call
and see them. The London.
Any advertising?" was asked of
the advertising man of Young & Mo.
t ombs today. "l es. but I in too busy
to write it. Just tell ihe people that
the big store will be oiien until 12
'clock Saturday night. There arc
Christinas bargains in every depart
incut. Ju the toy department we
have just added some new goods that
arrived today, so there is still a bi
stock to select from."
"A Window in Thrums attracted
much attention, but the window in
Louis (ilockhoff's cigar store has
caught the eve of every lover of th
curling smoke that drives away all
care. There are displayed the latest
fancies in smokers articles of every
kind, beside the choicest of line cigars.
tobacco, etc. The window is ar
ranged in an artistic manner, and
any one of the articles shown would
be a welcome gift to any gentleman
who uses the fragrant weed.
liarrv .Moore, a colored man, whose
home is in the west end of town, told
t inci l oinier yesterday afternoon ot a
remarkable experience he had with a
burglar the night before. Moore said
he was suddenly awakened and was
startled to sec a man standing along
side his bed. I he mt ruder asked hiiu
if was a cripple, and receiving an
aflirmative reply, stated that he did
not want his host's money, and bid'
ding Moore farewell, left the house.
A jury in the ciicuit court at Cam
bridge today returned a verdict lind-
ing Louis Silverman, of Kewanee,
guilty of forory. The penalty for
tins crime is from one to 14 vears
imprisonment. The victim of Silver
man's operations was H. Clav Merrilt.
a wealthy Kewaueean. C. J. Searle
assisted State's Attorney Kmory
(Jraves'in the prosecution, the attor
neys for the defense being Judge
Hand and l K. Ladd. the case was
tried before Judge Gest.
General Manager Lardner, of the
Tri-City Kaiiway company, has caused
to be posted bulletins in the compa
ny's car houses, power station and
shops, notifying the men that next
Saturday afternoon turkeys will be
provided the men as Christmas re
membrances, this being an evidence
of the company's good will toward
them and its appreciation of their
faithfulness to duty. It will take
something less than 200 of the holi-
lav birds to go around. Coming as
the act docs the first holiday after the
passing of the company into home
capital, and following so closely the
reduction of the hours of service.
peaks well for the disposition of the
new corporation toward the men.
AN CIL STOVE EXPLODES.
l ire Department Herrlvc an
An oil stove exploding in the up
stairs oi mt home r Mrs. traser
Wilson, -2i Nineteenth street, at 1:0
t his afternoon, resulted in a call for
the lire department. The Central and
o. :! coniiianies responded, but their
services were not needed, as the stove
had been carried outside and the
tlauies extinguished before their ar
rival. The damage was nominal.
CTrllaiii' "Iriuuu- lrie;.-.'
Seviral ytnrs ao a larosuiu of mon
ey was Kent cnt to China from Ilaglaiid
in re lief of an ain.nlliiifr famine. But
Dr. V.'enyon ;f the Weleyan i-.iseiou
related iu a recent Fprrch that be had
discfivcred in Jshanptniij? a romniemora
tivo column, erected hy tho govern
ments authority, on which this British
contribution xvas calmly het unwu as
"tribute ineziey. " Penang (Jazetto.
f)r,linary household accidents have
no terrors when there's a buttle of
Dr. Thomas' licleetric Oil in the med
icine chest. Heals burns, cuts.
bruises, sprains. Instant relief. For
sale by Marshall fc Fisher,
Oaren anrl Crttceut
liute and southern railway. 10i
miles shot test line to Florida and the:
Kdormte Your lioweli With Cnscaretr.
Cnndy Cntlinrtip. euro constipation forever.
iuc zms. 11 tj. u. u tail. dr.igKtats r el una money.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place ycur order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Booms opposite Hat per House.
Cheap Cosh Store.
Canned Tomatoes, Peas. Corn or Pumpkin, two cans.
White Snow Flake Hominy, the best, two pounds
Plenty of Choice Dairy Butter, nice and fresh, pound.
Fancy Mixed Candy and new Mixed Nuts, :1 pounds .. ,
Sauer Kraut, the best kind, per gallon
Baldwin or Snow Apples, by the peck, only
Bartlet'. canned Pears, 10c a can, three cans
Holiday Goods and Toys.
Fancy Handkerchiefs of all kinds from 3c up. Table Cloths,
Towels. Napkins and ' White Aprons to be sold very cheap.
Dolls of all kinds, dressed or undressed, from three cents up.
Pictures to hang on the wall or to stand on the table or piauo.
Books, Story and Picture Books to be sold at half price.
THE Trumpet Call
To bargain seekers has been sounded from Bletier's Jewelry
Store. A grand array of Christinas Goads has been added
to the usual full stock, and the public may liud an assort
ment of rare novelties at the most moderate prices. The
goods are all reliable, backed by the store's reputation for
fair dealing. BUY YOLTl CHRISTMAS GIFTS HERE.
BFeuer's Jewelry Store.
O Hnicz IT IP tfl Fa ? ft I1'
N " s7 a 3 B . HB H8 b UH'E t
Second and Harrison,
To Belated Gift Bargains.
RE-HOLIDAY Bargains for the last wo days
before Christmas. Items that are exceptionally t-si
y. gpoa value and ai tne same time unusually ap-sj
propriate-ior Christmas giving. Liberal quantities of
most all qf them, but the demand is great, too. So
come as early as possible.
(Hit I'mbrellas, choice assort
ment of elegant goods, with
the newest ideas iu handles,
up from '.(Sc. fl.iy J gg
Christmas Dress Goods.
Special offering of gift Dress
Goods in line black goods, line
crepons. choice lioveliy goods,
many of them single patterns,
all reduced in price 2o to oOc
per yard, at -i'J, 7o, 1 Q C
Some unusually handsome
garments still in stock. Klee-
1X4 trie seal, marten and combina-
Special prices on them, too.
jg which makes them doubly good
i3 Handkerchief Opportunities
&jf Buy all vou '11 need there
tfNl never was a better place than
here, nor a better
time v than
these next two days
Ladies' lace edge
Men's colored border 8c hand
Men's Japanctte initial hand,
Japanette Hag handkerchiefs,
worth lie, at Me.
Children's silk initial hand
Ladies' plain white handker
chiefs, extra values, 4c, 8c. 10c,
li- and lie and up.
Ladies' embroidered handker
15c embroidered handker
'2jo embroidered and scalloped
Law ruffle handkerchiefs, very
dainty and choice, lie, OC
18c and UL
Men's all linen handkerchiefs,
hand embroidered ini
Men's siik handkerchiefs, plain
ami lauey, 2-t
17 1 c
1515 Second Avenue.
Sat urday is sure
to tax our ut
New lot just iu today. Choice
designs that will go QQ.
Collar and Cuff Boxes.
Of celluloid, of opal Ware, of
wood, of leather every new
idea, at inimitable prices, I'.'e,
Kisily worth one-third more.
Art Needlework for Gifts. '0
cidedly cheap. Scarfs, Center Ejs(
Pieces, Doylies, Tea
Tray Cloths, etc. 15, iv
ol tliese articles and you scarce
ly go amiss. Doylies are .Ie
and upward; center pieces, l!)e,
i!'n :i'c, 4;c; scarfs, 2.re up;
cloths and covers, 'J.'tc, 4'Jc, 75c
11 1'- ,
79c l.00. l.a.5, 1.35, 1.50.
Whichever price you want to
pay. you'll get here the best
glove-values possible. All col
ors and sizes, styles and
shapes, thoroughly warranted
except the cheapest I Cf Yl
grade: 7c to. .
presents are always
things to buy,
A stieeial pur- tYi
chase now on sale at prices very
iiiucn unuer real value.
Cheap ones 2'Jc, 40c, C5c.
Medium grades, USc for 1.50
curtains; 1.3'J for ''.v5 cur
tains; 3.6'J and fr.i.'JH for line Sui
5.00; .'Ji for 1.50 ones. tei
You can change them after
Christmas if the patterns are fA
not just right. sjj
Fancy Toilet Articles. S3
cri, ooxes, etc. mere 8 a
world of dainty things here to
Work boxes, 18c op.
ilove boxes. handkerchief Kf.
lxixes. veil eases, tie cases, etc., i
2.H-, 4rJc. 6'Jc and up.