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rCU!K ARGUS1 TIIUBSDAY, AriUI. 7 1904
PsDMsned Dally and Weekly at lflM Bec
oad tTenae. Rock Island, iu. Entered at
ttte poatotace as aecond-class matter.
BY THE J. W. POTTER GO.
TERMS Dally. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
1 per year in advance.
All communication of argumentative
cnaracter, political or religious, moit nave
real came attacned tor publication. No
acn articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every tows
sh'.p in Kock Island county.
Thursday, April 7, 1904.
Ti:eie are :,0.0O0.0W) microbes
ij.-h of ice cream. They don't
much bv tiie dozen.
It will soon le tin- lime of M'.nr
when the city man swears that in
another li months he'll be living on
Things political hid fair to be quiet
for a while, for which merciful pros
peel the j li lI it- will doubtless, ha -ten
to return thanks.
"No man is so poor as he
nothing I 1 1 money." snvs
I'oor .li lin. The poor
Andrew Carnegie threatens fo pay
the expenses of the republican cam
paign next fall. Town- that wish li
braries will please call early.
ed th- other day.
forgetting about the
nobodv's business where I
li 1 licit v Green when she inov-
al wa v s
Senator lliirton is said to have al
vvays longed to be "one of the best
Known men in th country." His am
bition has been realized, and now he
isn't sa t i-tied.
A telegram froni Racine savs that
the oiliest commercial traveler in the
I niled Slat'-- U i iuir in that city at
the aye of Mi years. This is particu
larly .-a i, as it will give rise to ;m
o( lier coi.t nut'iM as, to who is really
the o.'de-t traveling man, alter the
manner f, r (), race for tl idest
Ma-i n and the lounges! soldier in
t he ci il wa r.
Members of the hou-e of represen
tatives in Washington have contract
ed the race track habit and a la lire
number of them slip ttway to llen
nii's almost every afternoon. The
other day Speaker Cannon wa- push
ing lejri-lation through, hoping that
lie would notice the imposing ar
i f empty se
chasing around everywhere lo king
f r absentees. Congressman Sal.er
said he had a .- i.ggi -s t ion to make, and
the rjeak r. with a llickcr of hope,
askc ! what it wa-. "I think. Mr.
Speaker." said Suier. gravel v. "von
can ca-;i secure a ipiorum if o.i
"ill (- 1 1 li t those who have gone to
the race-.' A not her democrat irrow I
cd in a half whisper: "That's onlv a
little more than was done by a dis
tinguished predecessor of doe ( an
il on, am h;iv."
visiting the gambling dens of hi
home city he would not have imbib
ed a passion for risking hi.-? nioney on
the "turn cf a card." and would never
have sought to play for wealth
against the loaded dice of the stock
gamblers of Wall street.
1 tie late 01 Jlayuon is si warning
that young- men should heed. They
should remember that there i.s a way
that seenieth pleasant unto a young
man, but the end thereof is death.
The Sieel Trunt Victim.
A mother in Louiv i!le. a member of
an old Kentucky family, i- in the
deepest si now over the shocking sui
cide f her onlv son the other day in
New York City. The man's name was
Sidney .! hiistoii ll.i.vdon. and he
plunged headlong from the 2lX story
if a New York otlice building- and
was crushed into a jellied mass on the
Havdou wa a victim of the steel
trust crime. He had crossed the fer
ry from Jersey Cit.v a buoyant, happv
man. a- ii.nl many others before him
similarly drawn into New York's
inaet-tiom ,,f stock gambling, believ
ing that he was to achieve a great
fortune. Iii-tead .f winninir. he lost.
He was one of the lambs" who be
came a victim of the steel trust, and.
like tl -an Is ,,f others. wa ruined
absolutely bv the manipulations of
the masters f that mammoth organ
In i cspair over hi- ruin and his in
ability to recover a foothold in the
business of the great metropolis of
mammon, he .orght the seething sec
tion of the lure that brought him to
New Yotk. He went to the highest
structure that overshadows the Wall
street district, and mounting to the
topm-..t story, and gaing from a
window at that great height he saw
many beginning a career of gambling
and speculation a he had legt:n hi.
ji:t responding to t lie song of the
siren and still tilled with high hopes
of f mimic. Crzn! with despair he
decided to furnish a terrible object
lesson of the fate in .store for many
of those who were chasing the :gm:s
fat -. Miring them into the swatep
if l"r:jiie:al ruin. Clinihinsr out tiprni
the wide stone window l-t!ge. Havdon
gnvr- Tn-t 1' :'k upon the seen
that hiit! in-en li e t!:eatre f his ruin
and then leae into space.
Ibylon died a- the fool dieth. Had
he honestly anil industriously Use(i
the talents that f'od gave him hid
he refraineJ as a young man from
AT THE HOTELS
At the Harper C. S. .Collv
St. Louis; F. E. llenweff. llattle Creek
I,', Fitzgerald, C. C. Chase. William
lirady, Chicago; Martin Wise, (ilad
book: J. T. Walker, Kansas Citv; C
.V Montgomery. St. Louis; Vun Dal
ten. J. M. Kodwell, .New York; A
Moon, lies Moines; F. Young. Chi
cago; L. I. Williams. St. Loui-; AI
len UaiiL'hertv, Chicairo; W. licnleard
New York; S. Clamber, Chicago; M
1). Ib.senfield. iloline; W. I'leii-pell
New York: T. Keo.vh. Chicago; V
Nyetnaire, Cely n: M. Kalish, -M. I)e
!anev. New York; 1. 1). F.abcock. I. 1)
I'attersi n. Chicairo; (i. II. Wilson. New-
York; I). W. Coriey, Ues Moines; W
Donaldson. Chicago; W. Mc(iinnis
Michiiran; 1). C. J. Koontz. F. (I. Mini
van, Ch:cago; II. li. howler, Spring
field; William 1. Stoll. Chicago; C. A
I'dauk. Ouiiicv ; J. A. llott ingen, ( hica
go; T. Angier. Ileardstow n; (i. 1
Fast. Chicago; T. H. Ibirke. New
York S. O. Ctindy, New York; (i. (
Kal! ck. ( hicago; (). Ardcn. Cale-
burg; T. Kiingren. A. I'.. Fine. II. Wel
ti.dd. II. II. McCuIlough. II. W. Ilald-
vvin. W. A. ( araiiaugh. C. K. Segg, J
K. (ieahv. H. ISoekeiiholT Cliicago;
( . V. Subser, Iowa Citv; (ieorge Ke.-s
berger. Spring tield: A
Milwaukee; K. Kacshe
M. Spicklcr, C. C. Kgt
H. 1'ajean. C. Fainter,
Noo.- ter. St. Louis; W
York; K. W. 1'ovveM,
rs. F. l'.rovvn, C
Chicago: J' i
. t liipman. .New
Kev nolds; Mar
tin (icebry. Muscatine.
At the Kock Island ( European)
J. C. Th- rnburg. Helena; A. W. Kid-
so, L. I!. Allen. Kock Island; Fred F
Price, I'eoriu; James Kodgers, C'hi
cago; il. li. t loiigii. .lane.sviMc; l.oy
W. Scott. I'hiladeli.hia: F. L. Flzroth
ami wife, f-.ikliorn: l.. v.. Mivi.er am
wife. Tonlon; Charles F. I'.ovce. Fd-
ward l)oan. I ialesburg; K. S. Wood-
burn, Hillsdale; (ieorge Krookbank
I'eoria; I. II. Conroy, Chicago; C. 1J
Walker. Charlestown; A. (!. F.ennett
(hicago; F.ert C. Miller, Danville;
William Mee. 1'ci.ria; William I'aver
sham, wife and maid. C. Harburg
I'evey l.viidel-. Miss Koebiick. New
York; M. W. Smith. F. S. Mvgatt. Chi
t-ago; .lor. n .1. ' linen. .cv 1 m k
Walter Kennett. lUoominton; K. I-
.'hi!, Ci-siia I'ark: William Wilmer-
ton. lioek i-laiid; I). W. Hare. ion-
moiilh; Washington Highl. St. I.oiii
. All wood. Dioi:; N. Mothcral, New
At the Hotel Harms. ( Kur. pean)
.1. A. Lev g, P.-ntiar: A. J. Wheeler
M. J. Koebiu k. L. ( hildis. F. Lamii,
( l.:.r!e Harbuin. M. J. Darviil. V
Knigsiey. .losepii I reary. UoU'-rt Jsan
for:l. Mis- Milton. V. il. Williams. C.
W. niinif. Mi-s Trubrand. John H
Sirilev. A. Tavlor. New York; W. V.
r.astian. C. II. May. W. K. Yost. J. N
Koberts. II. M. Walker, ( hicago; Mm-
in Ciiswold. Ottumwa: F. J. Funis.
Milwaukee: A. J. William-. M. 1.
Faker. F. J. Whistler. D. C. l'almer.
D. C. Munscv. A. Y. Stratton.
k: J. J. Thomas, IVoria.
A C.reat Senntlun.
There was a big sensation in Lee
vilie. I ml., when W. II. l'.rovvn of that
place, who was expected to die. hail
his life saved bv Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. He writes: "I
eniiiireil lnsniieraoie agonic.- irmn as
thma, but vour New Discovery gave
me immediate relief and soon then'
after etiected a complete cure. Simi
lar cures of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis and grip are numerous.
It's the peerless rcmedv for all throat
and lung troubles. Frice .M)c. and .1,
(iuaranteeil by Ilartz V I'ilctiieyer,
druggi-ts. Trial bottle free.
F!ey fc Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar many imitatious are offer
eil for i lie genuine. -sk lor l-oleys
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub
stitute offered, as no other prepara
tion will give the same satisfaction
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
Srlatle Kh-amallm Comt
L. 'Wagner. wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Ya., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of s-ciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard
of fine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island. Gust
Schlegel & Son, W2l Secon 1
A Car for llesdsehd.
Any man. woman or child suffering
from headache, biliousness or a dull,
drowsy feeling should take one or
two of De Witt's Little Early Ki.-ers
night and morning. These famous lit
tle 41! Is are famous because they are a
tonic as well as a pill. While they
cleanse the system they strengthen
and rebuild it bv their tonic effect
upon the liver and
bowels. Sold bv
Foley's Honey and Tar contain- no
epiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other rough medicines. Re
fuse substitutes. All druggists.
DAILY SHORT STORY
M:ary Easton. stand up.M
A girl of twenty croseand the judge
"Have you anything to saj why
sentence should not be i passed upou
"Only that I am innwent."
Then Judg .Lester proceeded to
Bentence her fontwo yearrs to the state
prison for receiving stolen goods, the
articles being a fenv old pieces of silver
of no very great value. The girl had
never offended before, mud witnesses
testified to Lc-r good character, but she
t-ould not or would not ej.plain how the
Bilvt r caiue into her possession. There
was nothing for her but conviction and
nothing for the j&id.se Hut to pass
sentence. As she sjood lefore hiin
there was the serene &xk of a martyr
on her face, and the Jurlge said mental
ly. "The assurance otf criminals and
the appearances they f can assume are
The girl was hl away, and the
judge left hisj office. Lighting a cigar,
he strolled hoim. On the way he
stopped at Sandivis, his jeweler, to
get his watch, thatjbad U-en left for
repairs, and while, looking over the
wares reineiuberuJ ' that the anniver
sary of his marriage would come off ia
about u week. He had decided on a
brooch for a presont on. the occasion,
and went over to f where "these articles
were displayed. VWhile looking over
them a young manNat his side divided
with him the atteittJou of the sales
man. The judge left'the store without
making a selection.
The next evening wliile sitting in his
library before dinncrahere was a ring
at the doorbell, and a note came in
from Sandiver announcing that the
day before be had got iu a new let of
brooches and begging that the judge
would examine some that he had sent
by the Ix-arer.
The judge read the note several
times. Surely Sandiver was anxious
to sell his goods; he had never sent
samples to his house before. Compe
tition seemed to be driving the drum
mers of reputable firms into people's
homes. However, he had a little time
before dinner and would look at the
brooches. The salesman was brought
in and produced articles that the Judge
had seen in Sandiver's cases the day
before, besides new ones. One of
those he had seen and fancied was of
fered at n third of the value put on it
when he had first seen it.
"You are mistaken in the price of
this," said the judge. "It is worth
"Perhaps I cm." replied the sales
man, "but it is a rule of our house
never to go back on a price once giv
en." The judge took the brooch and held
It under the gaslight. There were
jewels in it that sparkled beautifully.
"I will take this one," he said, "but,
mind, if you are mistaken in llie price
and will notify me within a few days
we will call the sale off."
"The price is correct," said the sales
man "that is. to you and the sale
will stand so far as we are concerned."
The brooch was left and the sales
A few days later, during a recess of
the court, an inspector of police step
ped up to the judge and asked him if
a man purporting to be from San
diver's had called on him with some
jewelry to sell.
"Yes," replied the judge, "and I
bought a brooch."
"Then, your honor," replied the in
spector, smiling, "you are a receiver of
stolen goods. The man was an Im
"Impossible! He presented a note
written on Sandiver's letter head and
brought jewels that I had seen in San
"Please speak lower, judge," said the
inspector. "This is a very embarrass
ing case. The man has 'done' the po
lice department. Sandiver and you.
lie came to ine and offered to work
for nothing till he had proved his skill.
I didn't employ him. but he stayed
x.bout headquarters long enough to
steal some of our letter heads. On one
of these he forged a letter introducing
him to Sandiver, stating that he was
on tue track or some or tneir stolen
poods and if they would mark some
brooches and permit him to take them
out for sale he was quite sure he could
recover a large amount cf their prop
erty. The singular part of it is that
ho returned all the articles except the
one sold you."
Captain." said the judge, "you are
right in not letting the world know cf
this trick. Come to my house after 5
o'clock, and we will talk it over."
When the inspector called he carried
with him n letter he had received,
which he handed to the judge to read:
Captain JuJee Lester recently sen
tenced a (clrl. Mary Easton. to whom I am
ensrajted to be married, to state prison for
rceivlni? Ptolen poods. I determined to
how the Judpe that he could readily be
Induced to commit the same crime, if u
bo a crime. On the day he pentenced
Mary Easton I followed him to Sandiver's.
saw him examine brooches and then laid
rny schTne. The honest lntmt of my act
la established by the fact that I imme
diately returned through a confederate all
the Jewels except the one sold to Judge
Letter, and the money for that Is at your
service. Yours trulv.
No. South Fifth street.
After reading the note the Judge
looked up with a singular expression.
"Captain." he said, "notify the at
torney who defendxl Mary Easton
that if he will draw up an application
to the governor for a pardon I will
The Inspector left the judsre to muse
over the many defects of justice.
Mary." said her lover the evening
3 I.. , e , it
Cowe.trive us a tasteof jour Quality."
Wiener Blalz the embodiment
of honest components and
consummate skill in the art of
brewing. Has character and taile
that's indescribably pleasing.
Ask tor it down town,
Send a case
Wholesale liealer. 217 Eighteenth St
Thursday, April 7.
The musical treat f the seasmi.
i.i:i:oy .1. i i:i:( ii's
eimipany ia the farce comedy success
Peck's Band Boy
Every line a 1
gem. every scetu-
tunic a creation,
uhs., coi.v ul.--ioii-
a ugh. every song a
a dream, every cos
every ilanee a reve-
. laughter. M-reanis.
. An evening of dc-
A vaudeville. AI!
i clever singer-;, ilan.-e.rs. acrobat.-
en t crt a iiu-rs. ;in l pretty cirls.
SO.MI'TillNC M-IW KVKKY ACT.
l'riccs: :ic, ;:." and .'lie.
DlfttCVION CHAMBERLIN.HtNDT &CUMPANV.
Friday, f pril 8.
iraiijht from tl .- heart -New York's
J5he Fatal Wedding
More scenery, more sensational ef
fects, than all others coni
hir.ei!. A HTkOXt; ( AST.
T'rices: ,'.";. .W an.l 7.1c.
Saturday, April 9.
i'ia v civ-Yale ami Frank I.. !,
sent I.OIISK MVAI.UW! ii.
tl'c ncccs - f ii I south
15he Old Pl-Lvntactioi
A svvtct a- ir.;:"Molia li!osSonis
pure as the tleecy colli n.
Ilea i't if uI scenes, up-to-iiate ctVccts
:i .- i .rrir
coiapa h ii
I sti i.V i 1
ii p ay io
Way Fir n
SJjIInIi One, JJnl It Ma..e
A in.".:-, usually nuys n. liat that':?
si vie." but the modern hat for men
l-.ts io answer fur.
l;.iiilheais! ore Krowlnr more mini
ous every day. Hats make -:eeint
lireoflintr rl-'ieea for thi parasitic ernis
which sap th"? life from tlie roots of th :
When vour hnlr VOKins to f.iil out ana
your sc.iip is full of I'andruff it is a
pure jii;n thnt these coun tiers germs cr
busily at work.
There Is hut one -way to overcome th
trouhio and kill the perms that way lsi
to apply Ncwhro's HerpleMrt to the
scalp It will kill the cerma and healthy
hair Is sure to reptilt.
Sold hy Iadinjr driurcists. ."send 1V. jn
"tamps for fample to Tho llerpicido Co..
For sale by T. H. Thomaa.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Dealers in single and douhle strength
Illiniis and -Mouldings, 'enecred and
Hardwood Flooring of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double s-trength
Window (ilnss. Toli'shed I'late, Develed
Flate and Art tilass.
UfT.K ISI VXD, : : : ILLINOIS.
Grand Offer to the
Sick and Weak
Free Treatment Until
Cured if you Call
Before April 17.
The ohj'ct of this grand offer i to
prove to the sick and ailing cmens
f tlii-- vicinity that we have the
grandest, simplest and most success
ful method, of restoring vitality and
curing uisea.-es that is known to the
We want the true merits of our
successful treat incut known to every
body a:id we don't know any better
way of introducing it than by offering
our service flJf.r. IM l llAKtil. to ail
who call before April 17. Should vour
ae be incurable w c will frankly tell
you so, and I'livie you against spend
ing vour nio'iev for useless treatment.
Many of you who have been taking
medicines and so-called treatments tor
mouths will be t'.bsolutelv cure. I in a
few of our treatments. Very chron
ic cases will rcipurc somewhat long
er tune, hut it makes no inherence.
you will be treated free of charge if
your case icipiires it. Kcmciiihcr
tltcrc is no fee to be paid when cured.
The object in pursuing this course
is to iieconie rapimv ani personally
icoiiainted with the sick ami afflicted.
nul under no conditions will anv
harge whatever lie made for any ser
vices rendered to all w ho niav call
before April 17.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ase an I deformities and guarantee
i cure in everv case tliev undertake.
.Male and f-lni:'Ie weakness, catarrh
ind catarrhal deafness, also varico
cele, rupture, 'mitre, uanccr. all skm
!ic:iM's. and all diseases of the rec
mn are positively cured by their new
If yi it cannot call scud a full des-
enpti n i f your case to
J. Alvin Home, M. D.,
and Associate lhyslcian. V.i,
.10 an I .11 Mitchell A- I.vnde Duildinir.
IJock I.-laml. Hours a. in. to .1 p. m.;
veilings, 7 to Sundays, D to 11
7M51ENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
fr'ortr-Kisht Thousand Hollar fald
Tor a 1'a.ney of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high prade
tobacco ever made in the Vet by a
eizar ruatiiifuctiirei win made last
Wednesday by Frank I. I.ewN, Feona
III., for hi celebrated Single liinder
A written guarantee was given
A WOR.D ABOUT
Ci lumbia Mouhted Cylinder Keeords
wert the lirst mould jd records on the
market by about a year.
They always have been Gold-mould-ed.
A .old mould is the only economi
cal and eflicient mould known to the
Moulded records are superior to the
old engraved records because they
may l,i made of harder material,
tlard records last longer and have a
better uality of tone.
A gol (-moulded record made of soft
material would be no better in quality
than at engraved record in soft ma
terial. The ''icst moulded records are not
onlv G ild-niouhied. They are super-
Gold moulded records are less ex
pensive than engraved records. The
process, is simpler.
formerly, manic cylinders were
moulded, then shaved, then engraved
from an original. The originals soon
wore out under the reproducing
Now, a gold-lined mould is made
from llie original, and the product of
that mould is a smoothly finished cyl
inder, with the sound record already
on it. 1 he me oi the original is in
creased 10 times, a hundred times, a
a thousand times.
A record is not more expensive be
cause it is gold-tiHulded.
It is less expensive.
Columbia Moulded Cylinder I.'ecords
are new records, made by a new pro
cess. J hey are not only goiu-mouiucu.
They are super-hardened.
Irrespective of price, they are su
perior in rpiality to any other g'dd-
rnoulded record on the market, and
they sell for onlv 2.1 eenls.
We have just received a large hij-
tnent of these improved records, rnak
incr our stock a very complete one.
fall at our warerooms and investi
gate. We are. and have always been,
sole agents for Columbia goods in
IJock Island. Wo handle a complete
line of both c.se and cylinder ma
chines. Prices. $. to $0.1.
1C09 1009'. SECOND AVENUE
after her liberation, "for heaven'8 sake! lur "? Vl u oeiancy
brother of your. I eonM never g holder - 53 l ulled itateof tobaooe
you o2 this vrmj Aain." of so bigh a grading. -Herald. Trvez
VIIRIAH SOON S. . 1 Dec tl, jot.
Agency and Information
207-"0'.t lirady St.. Davenport. Iowa.
Claims, accounts and iuformatioUa col
lated ev5Twhere. Doth 'phones.
I And Good
DErENDS LTON WHERE
: YOU DEV. ALL MERCHANTS
3. MAY DO AS WELL FOU
4 YOL" AS THEY CAN. F.UT
SOME MERCHANTS CAN DO
ju 11ETTEK THAN OTHERS
AND OCR AU1LITY TO
PLEASE YOU THIS SEASON
IS UNLIMITED. A FIN EH
LINE OF CLOTHING HAS
NEVER 13EEN SHOWN THAN
G. (8L H.
THIS MAKE SHOWN
The New Clothing Store i 1714 Second Avenue. A
WE HOLD THE MAJORITY
When it conies to giving the highest grades of groceries at the
lowest prices possible. We have determined to make our stoic the
trading place- of all economical buvers and iu order to do so vv c have
decided to keep qualities high and prices low prices so low that
every purchase means a having - Let us have a trial order:
Anderson's dams, ocans
::-ll. can Apples, tl
1-pound pkg. scrap
10 bars Cudahay's Dia
mond C soap
Sugar, "1 lbs
9 Pars Santa Claus
Egg-O-See and Vigor,
New York gallon
3 lb. can Green
Pure Catsup, 3
3 lb. can Egg
Prunes, 10 lbs.
uart bot f le Ammonii
2 lb. pkg. Cero-I'ruto,
Hakes and Cera Nut, 2
llest Patent Flour, eve
sack guaranteed ...
Fancy Dairy Hut ter,
Seeded Raisins, 3 lbs.
2 large cakes Ivory
2 cakes Sapolio
3 lb. can extra fancy
Toothpicks, 3 large
Tare Maple Syrup,
IC EM EM PER THE PLACE, NEAR POSTOFFICE.
Economy Grocery Co.
l.j. Second Ave.; old "phone K'.tlO, new 'phone .'irL'. Rock Ishnul, III.
PUR.ITY AND CLEANLINESS
I- . :
as to person-, are so much a
mailer of good bathing equip
ment that I wish to emphasize
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
sanitary apparatus. In such
ca.-es jt is Io vour highest inter
est Io consult us. sec samIc
here and get our estimates free
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANKS
EOCK ISLAND, ILL. t
Incorporated Under tho State Law. 4 Per Cent
. . i
interest 1'aid on DepoHits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real E.sfate Security.
J. M. IJu ford. President.
John Cruhaugh, Vice President
f P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890, i
. nl e tt m I
It. R. Cable,
II. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
Mitchell & Lynde's new buildinir. Solictors Jackson and Iluret.
l ID) W& W V: i-S
413 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
Easter Novelties in
Have had our thou-ht and a rf ul
ordering months in advance. You
hall decide, now that re. nil- are
shown in our exhibition and al.
rooni. how vv-ll r ill we h i v c suc
ceeded. Wa.ll and Ceiling Beau
ties will greet your critical eyes we are
Hire. Will you not give vour eyes
PAR.IDON OX SON.
01J 'phone Union 213. New 'phone 2513